We all are UX Designers. We do our best, but are there any indicators for success to create an awesome product and win awards? Are there indicators for a better user acceptance? In my speech I will describe how we developed the Dewetron’s NASA product of the year, where we focused on, and what are the key success factors for a great product. We all are able to create successful global products.
Johannes Robier, has completed his studies in information design at the FH JOANNEUM in Graz in 2004. He was an employee in the global headquarters of Siemens Usability in Munich. He worked for „evolaris research Lab” as User Experience Analyst. After that he founded youspi Consulting GmbH which is specialised on the services Usability, Customer Experience & Service Design. He earned the Customer Experience Management Certificate which provided him with a broader look on customer specific corporate development. Since then he has been participating as a lecturer at various conferences for Usability & User Experience on a national and international level. Since 2010 he is a lecturer at the Campus02 for Usability & Service Design. In 2013 he got the Certified Professional for Usability and User Experience (CPUX) – F (2013).