April 2nd, 2010
Duration: 16m | 9 MB
Recorded: February, 2010
Brian Christiansen, UIE Podcast Producer
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It is a good Friday indeed, because the Userability Podcast is back from hiatus! We have several all-new episodes in the pipeline that you’ll see in the coming weeks.
This week’s episode features guest Mohammed Alaa, calling in all the way from Cairo, Egypt. Mohammed is a UI designer who wants to expand his skills to include more from experience design. He asked two questions:
- I mostly work with business applications. I want to convince my manager and my client of how important it is to have a plan for usability testing, during the process of creating the project. How?
- My current position is as a user interface designer. And I would love to know if there is any specific course of study to become a user experience designer? And what’s the difference between a UI designer and a UX designer?
Two questions means twice the ridiculousness as Robert and Jared stall for time with their replies. Eventually, they arrive at useful advice for Mohammed (and perhaps you) even if there was a hike involved getting there.
Have a serious UX question? Send it in and Jared Spool and Robert Hoekman, Jr. will answer it with a healthy dose of levity. Please send your deep, vexing questions to us at email@example.com. We’d love to feature you on the show!Tweet