Yesterday, UX Booth published an article that Gabi Moore and I wrote entitled Mission Impossible: Shrinking the UX Process. In it, Gabi and I write about the experience we had at her workplace, AnyClip (a site where you can find and experience movie moments), this winter. While there, we worked together to create a UX Strategy for AnyClip, a company that was about to re-release at Austin’s SXSW. The caveat is that we had to create the strategy in only three weeks.
The article outlines what our process was, what worked for us, and also where we went astray. Lastly, the article provides tips for other UXers to be able to recreate the same output that we had. During this time, we found such a great deal of satisfaction and success in our work, that it only felt natural to share it with all of you. Hopefully there is some information that you can glean from our experience to add to yours.
UX Booth is a blog for and by the user experience community. It is organized and ran by three awesome, highly intelligent and talented individuals: Andrew Maier, Matthew Kammerer and David Leggett. I cannot thank them enough for giving us the opportunity to present our thoughts to the UX Community. I am proud to have been able to become an author on such an outstanding website.
Special thanks are due to Karen McGrane and Whitney Hess, for contributing feedback as well as helping to edit this piece. Most importantly I owe a huge thank you to AnyClip for letting me join their outstanding team for three completely awesome weeks.
I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments.