User interviews can be a great way to extract information from users for user experience understanding, usability understanding and ideation. They are cheap and easy to conduct and can be readily conducted by anyone who can ask questions and record the answers.
User-centred designers typically start a new project with a research phase. This allows them to understand the product or service through the eyes of their customers, explore the limits of the problem space, and come up with recommendations that feel at least partially informed. All useful things from a design perspective.
I don’t know where to start. This was everything I had wanted. This is everything I had obsessed about. The details were right. My body was right. And most importantly, my mind was right. I had spent this last year with one goal: Finish the Dirty Kanza 200.
Having already created a “smog free tower”, artist and inventor Daan Roosegaarde has reduced the scale of his creation to bring forward a device designed to clean the air as people cycle. Like, AMAZING!