Tag: user centered design


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Feb 2017

CCD in New Design Yearbook as part of 40th anniversary

CCD is one of a number of consultancies featured in the New Design 2017 Yearbook. This annual edition showcases the work of design practices around the country. As you might expect, our piece focuses on how we have applied our understanding of human behaviour to design across the range of projects done in the last 40 years. The Yearbook can be seen online here or...

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09

Jan 2017

CCD talking about designing for users at Mobility as a Service (MaaS) conference

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is seen by many as the next area of revolution in the transport sector. A recent report from the Transport Systems Catapult sees it as the next big change in how we travel.  On 31st January, IMPART are running a one day conference to discuss the topic with the focus on “designing with users at the centre of the proposition”....

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CCD talking about designing for users at Mobility as a Service (MaaS) conference

02

Nov 2016

CCD supporting start-ups on UCD at the Central Research Laboratory

We have launched a new venture looking to focus on supporting start-ups in user-centered design research. Last month at the Central Research Laboratory, one of the major product & hardware accelerators in the UK, we delivered our first tailored workshop on this to their new Accelerator cohort of six companies. We walked them through the value of UCD approaches, some of the tools that are...

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CCD supporting start-ups on UCD at the Central Research Laboratory

16

Sep 2016

Workspace Trends #2 – Incubator Spaces

The demand from start-ups for co-working spaces as well as incubators and accelerators is firmly increasing.  A recent CBRE report found that 40% of companies were using or looking at some form of co-working space.  Companies are driven by a need for a cost-effective space and one that can flex with their developing needs. Co-working spaces have to deliver on an unusual range of functional...

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Central Working's space in Bloomsbury

16

Mar 2016

What is intuitive design…part 2

In part 1 of this blog on intuitive design we discussed how perceptions and experience vary so much between individuals.  The role of human factors in the design process is critical in trying to understand this variability.  This is especially true in the design of products like medical devices. In this second part, we explore some of the details around psychology and behaviour and how...

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What is intuitive design…part 2

08

Mar 2016

What is intuitive design?

If a user describes a product or system as intuitive it is among the highest praise they can offer. Given this, it’s reasonable to ask what it means to be intuitive. It seems nobody really knows. Ironically, people’s definition of intuitive is, well, intuitive, as they struggle to define the term in a specific, meaningful way. A dictionary definition: Intuitive is when users understand behaviour...

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What is intuitive design?

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