I design for humans. A successful human-centered design approach only happens when you understand the people you want to design for. Empathy, simplicity and design craft are just a few guiding principles from my work manifesto.
With precise context analyses of needs and use research, one arrives at the desired goal and sustainably well-designed user experiences.
In order to be able to communicate the defined specifications and use cases clearly and understandably, UX methods such as personas and user journeys help.
The task is to understand the user's needs and to iteratively solve and design them in teams. Good interfaces are part of this solution.
The best way to present an idea is to visualize it. Whether with scribbles, wireframes or interactive prototypes, it helps users understand the use cases.