Neat presentation on product/service design with regard to human interactions, by Bill DeRouchey.
Interaction has a language that is…
- Created and curated
- Expressed through visceral stimuli
- To give priority, clarity, and purpose
Is there a hierarchy or choice architecture? Consider: size, color, placement, display order.
Does the interface or are the options communicated clearly? Consider: words, icons, color, size, aesthetics
Is the function of the product/service being maintained throughout the design dialogues (interactions)? Consider: simplicity, perspective, restraint