In the last part of our blog series on motivation, we look at the phase after the test. After examining how motivation is kept high during the interview, the following questions arise: How do I adequately conclude the research project with the participants and how do I communicate the collected data with stakeholders?
In the second part of our blog series, we laid the foundation for achieving high motivation in the test preparation phase. In this part, we focus on the phase during the test: which factors should be considered in regard to the test subject and which to myself as a researcher? Most importantly, how can motivation be kept high throughout the interview?
The Munich-based company is the leading provider of solutions for digital patient care in hospitals and clinics in German-speaking countries and is now taking a consistently user-centric and evolutionary step in software development with “M-KIS Next”.
In the first part of our blog series, we asked ourselves why motivation is so important in UX testing. Today, we will identify the possibilities in the test preparation phase to lay a foundation for motivation.
In 2020, we are starting motivated! This positive resolution for the new year also plays a decisive role in UX Research. Therefore, we have dedicated a 4-part series of articles to the topic of motivation.
Our team is growing in several departments! UX Design, UX Consulting, UX Strategy, marketing and administration.
The theme for the 15th WUD is “Designing for the Future We Want,” showcasing different keynotes and workshops. UseTree will be back on November 14th to present one of our projects on the topic of AR.
The E-Health Act and the Future Agenda for Health 2025 formulate the objectives of digitisation, which should be implemented by 2025. At both DMEA 2019, Europe’s largest event for the health IT industry, and the opening of the health innovation hub (hih), we met people from different sectors of the industry who approached us with concerns about the implementation of these goals. Everyone was affected by the question: how can Germany succeed in catching up? We trust in the powerful capabilities of UX in transformative processes such as those presently emerging in the healthcare sector.
What is the current state of self-learning eHealth systems? What are the goals of the pioneers of this technology? Are they within reach? How should the interaction with the user, or the doctor, be designed? We spoke to Dr Andreas Lemke, founder of the Berlin start-up mediaire. Their technology offers radiologists an innovative, intelligent analysis of MRI data.
Every day, we interact with our environment. One of the most common forms of interpersonal interaction is conversation – with friends, family or colleagues in the office. Speech is, for us, an intuitive medium that we learned in childhood, to communicate with each other.
“DMEA – Connecting Digital Health” is the new name of Europe’s largest Health IT event, the former conhIT. This year, the event will take place from 9 to 11 April at the Berlin Exhibition Grounds. We from UseTree also attend and will discuss the role of UX for the healthcare sector in our Werkstatt.
‘A book for anyone who wants to get into the subject of UX Psychology – but also with a lot of new insights for the more seasoned!’
Yesterday, under the motto “Usability in industrial production”, company representatives presented best practices, trends and innovations. Our senior UX consultant Ariane Jäger talked about our collaboration with EOS on the EOSPRINT 2 project and about mastering complexity with the use of UX.
The documentary shows people, and their successful ideas for democracy, education, economics, energy, agriculture of the future.
No time for reading Harari’s three mind-boggling bestsellers? Listen to him talk about his latest and most relevant book at ‘Talks at Google’.
On the 1st of December 2018, UseTree embarks on a new chapter in its young history. Dipl. designer Stefan Häber ...
We look back at a year filled with interesting projects and important developments. This should be shared with the outside world. We would like to briefly introduce you to the areas of our new website.
We take information and education for granted in our everyday lives. That is why our annual Christmas donation goes to the school project led by the Enat Afer association. Would you like to join us?
When AI experts met for the DeepBerlin conference, last Tuesday, they invited representatives of Berlin’s UX scene for a panel discussion. Our UX consultant, Sarah Schulte, talked about the current and future role of user experience in artificial intelligence applications, both today and in the future.
Our redesign of the software application, EOSPRINT 2, was given the German Design Award in the category Interactive User Design, by the German Design Council, in 2019.
Imagine you have a new business idea and ask your mother about it. Clear case: Your mother loves you and will lie to you!
Our redesign of a data preparation tool, for additive manufacturing processes, received its second design award in a row, following the iF Award.
Gesche is Professor for Design Research at the Berlin University of the Arts and since 2005 heading the Design Research Lab. She is the chairwoman of DGTF e.V. (German Society for Design Theory and Research) and board member of Technologiestiftung Berlin.
Tom is a Senior Graphic Designer and was responsible for the design and optimisation of user interfaces in the core product development of Bosch Software Innovations GmbH since 2012. As UX Owner, he is currently responsible for the enterprise-wide management of the topic “User Experience”.