Archive for the 'UIE Roadshow' topic

Userability Podcasts: The Most Entertaining 12 Minutes in UX

Back in February we introduced a new podcast series – the Userability Show. We think they’re some of the most entertaining and educational podcasts available on UX. Since it’s inception, we’ve answered questions ranging from design exploration, career changes from coding to interface design and usability, and the most common UIs that confuse or impede the average user. Robert Hoekman […]

UIE Roadshow Returns with Three New Locations

The UIE Roadshow is back! UIE is excited to continue our new UIE Roadshow: Secrets Behind Designing Great User Experiences, a full-day workshop, based on 10 years of UIE’s extensive research, that will deliver new insights and inspire your team to create the best user experiences. Folks who missed out on the February and March Roadshows are asking us […]

UIE Roadshow: Secrets Behind Designing Great User Experiences

UIE is excited to announce our new UIE Roadshow: Secrets Behind Designing Great User Experiences, a full-day workshop, based on 10 years of UIE’s extensive research, that will deliver new insights and inspire your team to create the best user experiences.  This winter, we’re taking this workshop on the road to: Portland, OR on Tuesday, February 17, 2009  […]

Informal Cocktail Hour: Minneapolis 5/1

If you find yourself in the Minneapolis area, join us on Monday for an informal happy hour.

Badges? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Badges

Taken at the Seattle 2006 UIE Roadshow

Home Page Googlization

From a roadshow attendee: “Do we have any evidence users would favor making Search more prominent on the home page, maybe even making the search box the only feature, because users would prefer just to type in their keywords and go?”

Informal Cocktail Hour: Seattle (4/5) & San Francisco (4/7)

As Christine Perfetti and I wind our way through the 2006 UIE Roadshow, we find ourselves this week in Seattle and San Francisco. If you are also in these two areas, we’d love to get a chance to see you.

Somebody Liked Us

The blog, WebFYI.org, posted a nice review of our recent Atlanta Roadshow.

UIE Roadshow Scholarship Program

If you’re currently a full-time student, User Interface Engineering would like to give you the chance to attend our events at a substantially discounted price.

Image Links vs. Text Links

Jared recounts some of UIE’s original findings about how image links work for users.