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Storytelling for User Experience by Kevin Brooks, Whitney Quesenbery

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why stories in user experience design?

Stories have always been part of user experience design as scenarios, storyboard, flow charts, personas, and every other technique that we use to communicate how (and why) a new design will work. As a part of user experience design, stories serve to ground the work in a real context by connecting design ideas to the people who will use the product. This book starts with a look at how and why stories are so effective. See Chapter 1 and Chapter 2.

Is storytelling a new UX methodology?

No. We are not here to promote a new methodology based on using stories. Whether you believe in user-centered design, goals-based design, or even a more technical approach like domain-driven design, stories ...

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