The field of user experience design is a conceptual design discipline and has its roots in human factors and ergonomics, a field that, since the late 1940s, has focused on the interaction between human users, machines, and the contextual environments to design systems that address the user's experience.
With the proliferation of workplace computers in the early 1990s, user experience started to become a concern for designers. It was Donald Norman, a user experience architect, who coined the term "user experience", and brought it to a wider audience.
I invented the term because I thought human interface and usability were too narrow. Cover all aspects.
- Standardised modular building system that would be pre-fabricated, mass-produced and flat-packed— all of which would help drive construction costs down.
- Partners looking for long-term investments—like pension funds, future-oriented companies and municipalities.
- A monthly rate for all your essentials, like rent, electricity, water, heating, maintenance and shared facilities.
Structuring is reducing information to its basic building units and then relating them to each other. Organization involves grouping these units in a distinctive and meaningful manner. Labeling means using appropriate wording and nomenclature to support easy navigation and findability.