Or anyone who really wants to use it but has no idea how Writing code is hard. For every 1 minute of bliss typing characters in the computer and seeing it render things that didn’t exist before, there are 10 minutes of frustration with
Henning von VogelsangQuite a helpful guide. Be careful not to stick with questions that are too generalising. Your product may pose hurdles that can’t be covered with generalSee more questions. Also, one round does not cover it. Going through the same questions with different people after you addressed the issue is necessary to confirm that you were successful in addressing it. Lastly, don’t think that the results are all about solving problems. You might discover new potentials through customer interviews you weren’t aware of.
Oliver Gaspar> It’s a widely held belief in the design world that any microinteraction should give a response within 0.1 seconds.
> Instead of designing microinteractions so delightful that people just want to use them, regardless of their context, design them so they make the larger experience meaningful and encourage action.