Interaction personas focus instead on the touchpoints and the user’s mental state and the context in these specific moments, pinpointing crucial elements that could help to improve the product.

It’s a very effective way to explore the possibilities and the real value behind any sort of functions or actions, it will lead you to not only improve the experience, but it will also give you the ultimate ability to humanize the experience as well. you should read “Interaction personas: why, what, and how” on medium to know more about it and how it should be used.

At Moha.Studio we developed another version, Even if the original template looks good, but I think it still needs more information to be added, at least highlights out of persona. so I created this version which I’m usually using, and it did not have any difference in the core, I just added some information which I like to see, and changed some titles as well.

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