We create interactions that are
useful, desirable, accessible, credible, and intuitive.
The UXDL Honeycomb starts by asking how to create valuable learning experiences with content. Why start here? Because content is time-consuming and expensive to produce. And, well-designed content can significantly facilitate learning.
Each cell in the honeycomb surfaces evidence-based principles that will help you create content that is useful, desirable, accessible, credible, and intuitive (findable & usable).
A good starting place is to explore how to make content useful for learning.
Peter Morville's UX Honeycomb has been adapted by
CEL with permission from the author.