Usability week ending October 11th

Thursday, 8th October, 9:05 PM
How to avoid or fix 15 of the most common mistakes that #e-commerce sites make: #ux #ui #ecommerce #advice #tips

Wednesday, 7th October, 1:00 PM
#Usability testing is the hottest thing in experience #design research--here's how to do it: #ux #ui

Tuesday, 6th October, 2:37 PM
How to choose the most effective wireframing or #prototyping method for the #UX questions you need answered: #design

Monday, 5th October, 3:41 PM
"I have made this letter longer than usual, only because I have not had time to make it shorter." - Blaise Pascal: #ux


Usability week ending August 16th

Friday, 14th August, 9:14 AM
Practicing product minimalism—when do you decide to *remove* features? #ux #design #usability

Thursday, 13th August, 3:50 PM
If someone else printed a user guide for your product, how many pages would they need? #ux #design #usability

Wednesday, 12th August, 10:36 AM
Are rounded rectangles friendly? Apple thinks so. One scientist claims they're easier to visually process: #design #ux

Tuesday, 11th August, 8:36 AM
#Advice and lessons learned for taking a 6 week sabbatical to rest, recuperate, and renew your creative energies:

Monday, 10th August, 10:56 AM
What metric are you designing to improve today? While aesthetics are subjective, behavior is not: #ux #design


Usability week ending August 9th

Friday, 7th August, 10:29 AM
Hypothesizing “The Steve Jobs Method”—iteration, discipline, differentiation, experimentation, abandonment: #design

Thursday, 6th August, 8:41 AM
Eye-tracking studies on web forms design, scanning vs reading, and the F-shaped pattern for web content: #UX

Wednesday, 5th August, 12:57 PM
Is Apple really a "feminine brand" with a "feminized" user experience? Don't men want #usability and service? #UX

Tuesday, 4th August, 11:36 AM
#Design for yourself: Steve Jobs on why Apple doesn't do market research—“discipline to think through” what users want:

Monday, 3rd August, 12:14 PM
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