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Everybody, welcome to the process. I'm Chris, and that's Jose. What are we talking about today, Jose? Today, we're going to be talking about continuing our user experience series. I want to show you guys how to prioritize the user profiles with the needs from the users, how to prioritize that, and how to merge it with the goals of the business, and how to come up with features and functionality based on those two things. So full disclosure, I have no idea what Jose is gonna do, so stick around to find out. Let me try this again. I want you guys to listen to me. Yeah, I design sandwiches. My name is Jose Car yet, and I talk about the business of this day, which is I talk about a lot of stuff. My name is Christo, and I talk about the business of design at the center of this operating system about understanding what it can do. Can we just tell them what the show tato is? I hate you, dude. You are watching the process. Yeah, alright, welcome back. So, today, what are we doing today, maestro? Alright, so if you remember what we did in the last episode, here's where we are at. I'm going to give you a recap. If we bring up my screen, we did, up here we go. So this is where we're at. So, the brand attributes are done, the user profiles are done, the goals are done for oles, which is a real client of blinds, and we did the site audit in our previous episode. Those three things at the beginning are what we know as core, the school's core. Then we did the site audit. We reviewed the user needs together and we created user stories. So we're about to...