My vocabulary and the granularity of that vocabulary has evolved by using OOUX. I would say it has given me better frameworks and better vocabulary, which has allowed me to ask better questions. To me, the value of OOUX is as a lens of analysis. How are you going to explain to someone else how things work if you, yourself don’t understand what’s going on?
In this episode of the podcast Sophia and Chase discuss using Object-Oriented UX to onboard at Chewy.com, creating new objects at Wealthfront, how OOUX fits in with other design methodologies, plus how you can get started with OOUX in your organization. We nerded out in this one. Enjoy!
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