Breaking it down into pages
Work on exercises daily. Let the design principles that I've learned become second nature. It helps calibrate what I'm taking in.
It lets me subtract what mine from what is part of the user (the work) is.
Most of the time, I describe by doing. In technology, templates mean somthing slightly different than filling out a sign-up sheet or medical form. They have moving parts to them.
You can tell a lot about someone from how they scoop their ice cream. Are they careful and deliberate? Are they calm where otherwise managing a hectic lifestyle? I say these prerequisites are not random. There was a design placed to the enjoyment the first scoop.
To notice small things that add up to big Eye tracking software exists. Its a short distance away from ‘scoop-tracking' software.
hypothetical scoop tracking What picture would this paint for us? Do you measure the shape and volume of the first scoop? What number would reveal that the subject just wanted to eat the ice cream?
'riskiest' feature assessments
cost-benefit cartesian-style plotting
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