Leaders must become experience executives

“Executives can no longer afford to formulate strategy without embracing user experience, and to the extent their offerings include web sites, software products, and interactive services, these leaders (or their successors) must understand the complex interplay between strategy, scope, structure, semantics, skeleton, and surface. They must become experience executives, in concept if not in name.” - Peter Morville

“Executives can no longer afford to formulate strategy without embracing user experience, and to the extent their offerings include web sites, software products, and interactive services, these leaders (or their successors) must understand the complex interplay between strategy, scope, structure, semantics, skeleton, and surface. They must become experience executives, in concept if not in name.” – Peter Morville

Read Peter’s article “User Experience Strategy” here.

Catriona Cornett

I am a User Experience Designer with a passion for making people’s lives better through design. I have helped over a dozen organizations obtain a competitive advantage by delivering great user experiences across desktop, mobile, tablet and other channels.

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    Catriona, enjoying your site.

    I am surprised that process, which in cooking defines the relationships between ingredients, and in interactive media largely defines the level of influence design has over business and technology concerns, isn’t more often discussed in this context. Just as ROI of usability has slowly (and not always surely) come to light, I suspect–and certainly hope–process will, in time, too.

    THX!

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2 Responses to Leaders must become experience executives

  1. uxdesign.com says:

    Catriona, enjoying your site.

    I am surprised that process, which in cooking defines the relationships between ingredients, and in interactive media largely defines the level of influence design has over business and technology concerns, isn’t more often discussed in this context. Just as ROI of usability has slowly (and not always surely) come to light, I suspect–and certainly hope–process will, in time, too.

    THX!

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