As developers, we are mainly focused on making things work. Business logic and process analysis, reinventing the wheel and questioning every line of code are what we do best. But when it comes to making this very complex systems work for users, we are quickly frustrated, because it feels like they just don't get it. As people of code, we are no longer regular users because we understand what is going on behind the curtains of the big show that is called a User Interface. What means, that by default, users have a totally different experience then we developers do. In this talk, I want to extend my lightning talk from last year to half an hour, to give you some tips on how to get a users perspective on the user interface you want or have to create.