User Experience diagram

The information architect Peter Morville claims that User Experience contains seven elements: findable, accessible, usable, desirable, useful, credible and valuable. He captures these values in a user experience honeycomb (Peter Morville's UX honeycomb). My diagram is based on this honeycomb by Peter Morville and illustrates six elements of User Experience.

These six elements are divided into an inner & outer circle. Desirable, credible, & valuable are more internal or intrinsic elements. Findable, Accessible, & Usable are more external or extrinsic.

  • Stephanie Mao 4y

  • Fritz Desir 3y

    I think it can also be said the external ring focuses on things at the product/functional level while the ring speaks to more brand-level/emotional takeaways. By using contrast and visually aligning these elements you've told a richer story. Kudos very useful overall!
  • Make-Life-Better-With-Us 2y

    I like your User Experience Diagram, taken from Peter Morville's Seven Elements.
    I see the inner circle as the Core Reason for interaction, the outer circle shows the attainability, however you did leave out one key element. Is the Desirable,Valuable and CredIble actually Useful? - does it matter?
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