Security design weekly recap for June 8-13.
This week: Paul Hekkert and the Unified Model of Aesthetics. \When work looks like work, work gets done. But there’s a problem. The best way to keep things familiar is to keep things the same. Yet we design security capabilities to push things forward. Principle: Balance familiarity with novelty.
Previously: Doug Dietz and the GE Healthcare MRI for children. We don’t talk to kids about the MRI. We talk to them about the jungle experience. We don’t talk to end-users about passwordless. We talk to them about a more enjoyable work experience. Good design begins with empathy. Principle: Empathy is the Heartbeat.
One thing more: You can watch Doug Dietz on the TED stage talking about empathy. Transforming healthcare for children and their families: Doug Dietz at TEDxSanJoseCA 2012Posted by