Experience Designer & Strategist
focused on making tech easier to use

Experience Designer & Strategist
focused on making tech easier to use

Experience Designer & Strategist
focused on making tech easier to use

I work on experiences, stories, and ideas for ambitious companies, using creative thinking and critical problem solving to envision new digital products.

I work on experiences, stories, and ideas for ambitious companies, using creative thinking and critical problem solving to envision new digital products.

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I’m interested in how people form relationships with product experiences, and how businesses can craft better connections to their customers with design thinking.

I’m interested in how people form relationships with product experiences, and how businesses can craft better connections to their customers with design thinking.

I ask questions, lead discussions, & compose thoughtful designs and experiences using these creative techniques:

USER RESEARCH
EXPERIENCE STRATEGY & VISION
BUSINESS & SERVICE DESIGN
UX/UI/USABILITY
APP PROTOTYPING
VISUAL DESIGN & BRANDING
VIDEO & SOCIAL MEDIA

I ask questions, lead discussions, & compose thoughtful designs and experiences using these creative techniques:

USER RESEARCH
EXPERIENCE STRATEGY & VISION

BUSINESS & SERVICE DESIGN
UX/UI/USABILITY
APP PROTOTYPING
VISUAL DESIGN & BRANDING
VIDEO & SOCIAL MEDIA

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Problem: tech is everywhere

Technology is increasingly part of every interaction we have as customers and in business.  Software is driving our future and defines the experiences we encounter everyday.  As companies release new products, and tech becomes more pervasive and aware, the whole human experience needs to be considered.  Slow, difficult, and clunky software experiences are unacceptable to customers.

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Rule: Challenge your assumptions

It starts by identifying the common problems, difficult issues, mundane tasks, or outdated processes being experienced today. A product is something we develop over time, so we must continually ask hard questions about what we are doing and why. Be open to exploring these questions ↴

It starts by identifying the common problems, difficult issues, mundane tasks, or outdated processes being experienced today. A product is something we develop over time, so we must continually ask hard questions about what we are doing and why. Be open to exploring these questions ↴

What is the problem you want to solve?
What is the overall vision?
What do we really need?
What can it do for us?

Is it a digital or physical solution, both?
Who does it help?
Do others care?
Ethically, should it exist?

Where are the anxieties?
Where are the pain points?
Is it easy to understand?
Could it be improved?

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Goal: Create a highly usable product

To create a highly usable product - focus on the ease of understanding.  How? Simplify - take away the excess to reveal the core needs, and think through the whole human experience.  Empower the person in command of the transaction - enhance their ability to live, work, & play well with others.

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Solution: Make it simple, fast, & easy

The resulting experience should foster greater understanding and better usability. Simple products, tools, systems, and apps are more likely to increase revenue & ultimately reach long-term success.   

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© 2019 Nate Wearin

© 2019 Nate Wearin 

© 2019

Nate Wearin