Archive for the 'UI13' topic

UIETips: Goods, Bads, and Dailies – Lessons for Conducting Great Critiques

  Critique is a critical role in the design process but often it’s not done in a productive manner. In this article, I explores critique techniques and discusses four important roles of the process. Design studios and critiques are so instrumental in the design processes that we’ve included it as a one day workshop at […]

Preparing to Attend UI13: The Attendees Podcast

Folks, it’s just about that timeā€¦ if it’s fall in New England, it must be the User Interface Conference. We are now in our thirteenth year of bringing together all walks of user experience and usability folks together from around the world. This year, we thought we give our attendees a special UI13 advice podcast. […]

UIE Virtual Seminar – The Quick, the Cheap, and the Insightful: Conducting Usability Tests in the Wild

UIE Virtual Seminar – The Quick, the Cheap, and the Insightful: Conducting Usability Tests in the Wild With Dana Chisnell of Usabilityworks Date: Wednesday, October 22, 2008 Time: 1pm ET It’s not clear when “quick and dirty” became a dirty phrase in the usability world. There are those that believe that testing must be scientific, […]

Special Podcast: All About UI13

A special podcast previewing the upcoming User Interface 13 Conference.

Looking for UI13 volunteers

User Interface 13 conference is just over 2 months away. World-class speakers like Kim Goodwin, Luke Wroblewski, Jeremy Keith, Scott Berkun, Bill Verplank, and others will be attending and presenting on today’s most critical issues surrounding web design, information architecture, and usability. Would you like to help us out? UI13 is being held from October […]