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What I’ve been reading lately (week 33)

Thoughts on code, programming, design, production, development, technology and Oh! Design Yesterday a very respected colleague, who I also call friend (not in that Facebook way, but in that pre-Internet kinda-way), wrote a very well articulated article entitled, “Designers Shouldn’t Code is the Wrong Answer to the Right Question”. Some might be surprised to hear […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 32)

User Experience and Scientific Methods, Part 1: Eyetracking In this series, I’ll describe the application of some of the scientific techniques that user experience and market research have adopted, including eyetracking, EEG, and fMRI. User Experience Is More Than Design—It’s Strategy Most technology companies and digital agencies don’t consider UX design roles to be part […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 31)

Review: iOS 7 Gives Us Insight Into the Future of Mobility As team lead in user experience for SAP’s Mobile Design Center, I recently spent time familiarizing myself with Apple’s latest release of iOS 7 in order to gain better insight into how this new mobile operating system will affect users. An Introduction to Designing […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 30)

Client Relationships and the Multi-Device Web When you step into the room with a client, you are a visitor from the future. You, web professional, spend your days immersed in the new paradigms of the multi-device web. Yet even for you, the constant change and adjustments that come with living on the internet can feel […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 29)

I usually try to publish these links on Sundays, but hey – it’s summer and I’ve barely touched my computer, so here you go. The Tuesday version. 10 Helpful Resources for Testing Responsive Web Design Rethinking Enterprise UX in the Age of Consumerization The consumerization of IT is a notion that gets tossed around in […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 28)

What Does Feature Creep Look Like? When you think about feature creep and bloated products what comes to mind? Endless tabs, toolbars, settings, and preferences, right Designing the Perfect Hyperlink — It’s Not as Simple as You Think Hyperlinks are the glue that holds the Web together. Without links, the Web would be a very […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 27)

The Ultimate Collection Of Prototype And Wireframe Tools For Mobile And Web Design Here we are presenting a collection of some useful prototype and wireframe tools for you that will help you in creating mobile and web designs. Designing Code: How to Use Design Principles to Write Beautiful Code Designers often get a bad rap […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 26)

How To Decide What Ideas To Prototype INSTEAD OF DEFAULTING TO GROUPTHINK, WRITES GOOGLE VENTURES’ JAKE KNAPP, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE BUY-IN OF THE HIGHER-UPS–OR YOU MIGHT REGRET IT LATER. Measuring User Confidence in Usability Tests: Measuring Usability When we put the effort into making a purchase online, finding information or attempting tasks in […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 25)

Where Does Your Customer Experience Start and Stop? This is one of the most important questions any organization needs to answer in order to be successful. The reality is your Customer Experience begins long before the customer directly interacts with you and it finishes long after you have left. Website Reading: It (Sometimes) Does Happen […]

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What I’ve been reading lately (week 24)

Requiem for a Back Button If you ask me, that back button, the one that has been with us since the iPhone debuted, was the best back button design of all time. What Leap Motion And Google Glass Mean For Future User Experience With the Leap Motion controller being released on June 27th and the […]

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