Introducing Precedence - UX Camp Brighton 2018
I’d intended to go along to the 2018 UX Camp Brighton as an observer, as two of my designers giving talks at the event already. However on the morning of the event one of my designers was ill, so I decided to teach a tool at the event.
It was great fun to do a practical session and introduce one of my more rigorous design tools, Precedence, to a new audience.
Precedence is about getting a group to make a rigorous, justifiable decision. It’s most useful for ranking lists, so it might be used for areas for the project to focus on, a list of features, or for building a hierarchy of principals etc. The key value of precedence is it is a decisive, group decision which is a difficult thing to gather usually. It’s also fantastic for building a weighted list of requirements.
For a full write up visit my Medium post on the tool