Apr 10, 2018
Using scientific software can be frustrating and time-consuming, resulting in less productive research. This episode aims to demonstrate that User Experience (UX) Design – an evidence-based design process that centres on the behaviours and needs of users – offers specific efficiency benefits for life science R&D.
Already well-established in other industries, such as retail and finance, UX design holds great unlocked potential for scientific software design. Because it offers a clear path to differentiating a business and reaping benefits for the discovery pipeline, the authors suggest ways to incorporate it seamlessly into life science R&D
The article was written by Dr Jennifer A. Cham & Katrina Costa both of The European Bioinformatics Institute, EMBL-EBI.
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