Redesign Your Life
As designers, we use UX and information architecture to take messy systems and turn them into organized, pleasant experiences.
I don't know about you, but my house (and life in general) could certainly use a bit of that.
It turns out that the user-centered design approach that we apply toward designing usable products is also a great approach to designing your living and working environments--and your time--to be the way you want them to be.
We have found that the process of designing products is extremely similar to the process a professional organizer goes through when organizing a home. We have teamed up with Michelle Nivert, a professional organizer and Upright Citizens Brigade comedian, to explore how to design the lives we want and how to inspire our design work with the logic of organizing a physical space.
Additional Supporting Materials
- How can I apply design principles to the mess that is my living space?
- How does "mobile first" apply to my living situation?
- How can I apply UX design to my files and paper? What about the files in my digital space?
- Can UX design help me with time management, too?
- This is all fine and good, but once this is done, how do I keep from going back to my old ways?
- Sandra Lloyd Tribal Worldwide
- Michelle Nivert DwellWell NYC
- Aynne Valencia Freelance
- Jenny Tsai Manilla
Sandra Lloyd Tribal Worldwide
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