Making a product centered around humans requires these pillars

Human Centered Design In Our Lives

I’ve always been passionate about design, because it possesses a subtle but significant influence on our behavior Since my senior year of high-school, I’ve explored examples of products and systems that were designed directly for the people using them. Think about Slack, with all the systems catered towards boosting a professional’s workflow. Or a well designed website that’s a pleasure to read and delights the user with a combination of animation, color scheme, and layout. The difference between these things and other well made products is that they are designed with humans in mind instead of a market. This means that the people these products were designed for were placed at the “center” of the design process. They provided frequent feedback and let their doubts and the usability issues of the product known early and often in the design process, and the result was perfectly crafted for their needs.

Social Impact + Marketing + Design. If you need marketing or design for your social impact venture, hit my line at adam@emote.design.

Social Impact + Marketing + Design. If you need marketing or design for your social impact venture, hit my line at adam@emote.design.