Insights from the Poynter Institute’s major study of news and storytelling on tablets. The study explores the way that elements of touch, gesture, interactivity and position come together to create engaging, satisfying journalism. The research combines usability testing in the U.S. and Europe with worldwide industry expertise on what it takes to create and sustain excellence in publication.
[ SXSW Bios ] @jmspool @uie Brief What separates a good design from a bad design are the decisions that the designer made. Jared will explore the five styles of design decisions, showing you when gut instinct produces the right results and when designers need to look to more user-focused research. You’ll see how informed […]
[ SXSW Bios ] #stopling @trammell @boltron Brief A common assumption among startup entrepreneurs is that listening to potential customers is the best way to find out whether your product or idea will succeed in the market. Honestly — don’t bother. In our ten years of user experience research for startups and big companies alike, […]
UX is a thread that runs through all of our disciplines, and which no discipline owns or controls. Everyone is a UX professional to one level or another (“t-shaped people”). [ session description ] Presenter(s) Raina Van Cleave @rainaterror Nick Finck @nickf Date 13 March 2010 Tag(s) #10commandmentsofux #uxsxsw Books Rosenfeld Media: discount code NICKFINCK […]
holy crap, it’s andy budd. holy crap, it’s mark trammell. usability testing and user research should be at the beginning, middle, and end of of a project. regularly scheduled user research sessions can start interweaving user research into the entire process. Presenters Mark Trammell (Digg) Juliette Melton (User Experience Mgr, Lumos Labs) Nate Bolt (Bolt|Peters) […]