Archive for the 'Users' topic

Free UX Videos That Will Change the Way You Work and Think for the Better.

In the midst of planning this year’s User Interface 20 Conference in Boston November 2-4, we thought what better way to share the conference experience than giving you last year’s videos – for free. Watch them with your team, at your lunch break, wherever you want, whenever you want. No strings attached. All you need […]

This is your final chance to register for UX Immersion Mobile and save $350

Here are two reasons why now is the time to register for the UX Immersion Mobile Conference in Salt Lake City, UT, April 13–15. One, on March 13 the price goes up $350. Two, some workshops (hint Brad Frost and Jason Grigsby) are filling up fast and likely to sell out. Don’t miss your opportunity to participate […]

UIETips:The Curse of a Mobile Strategy

In this week’s UIEtips, we offer an original article from me, Jared Spool. In it I look at the reasons to go with either a mobile–friendly web site or a native app.  Here’s an excerpt from the article: However the idea of a mobile strategy has always struck me as a bit odd. After all, […]

Whitney Quesenbery and Frances Harris – Researching Daily Life

Accessibility is often focused on how to design and build digital products or physical spaces. But understanding the people with disabilities who will use those products is just as important. Enter ethnography and the importance of research that goes “face to face” with real people in the real world.

Strengthen Your UX Skills with UI19 Videos

Strengthen Your UX Skills with 9 Videos from the UI19 Conference Make you and your team better designers with these videos from nine UX experts for just $99. Hear these latest techniques, proven practices, and important UX ideas. You can even use these videos for team lunch and learns or individual training. Watch the videos whenever you […]

Cyd Harrell – Techniques for Mobile Research

The so called Digital Divide is increasingly being filled with mobile devices. Because of that, you need an understanding of how your designs are appearing and behaving on smaller screens. Cyd Harrell is an expert on user research, and the one we to turn for mobile research. She says that it’s not just how your designs display on these devices but also the behavior of your users as they interact on these more personal gadgets. Users consider their mobile phones to be a much more private device than a desktop computer.

UIEtips: Smart Watches, Wearables, and That Nasty Data Rash – Part 2

In this week’s UIEtips, we’re reprinting part two of an article from Josh Clark, Smart Watches, Wearables, and That Nasty Data Rash. You can read part 1 here. In the article, Josh takes his insight on mobile design to the world of wearables. He makes an argument that through design, we can avoid information poisoning […]

UIEtips: Smart Watches, Wearables, and That Nasty Data Rash – Part 1

In this week’s UIEtips, we’re reprinting part one of an article from Josh Clark, Smart Watches, Wearables, and That Nasty Data Rash. In the article, Josh takes his insight on mobile design to the world of wearables. He makes an argument that through design, we can avoid information poisoning and prevent the risk of the […]

UIEtips: Embracing the Medium

In this week’s UIEtips, we reprint an article. In it, Richard Rutter discusses the web and its role as a medium. Richard argues that we should consider the fact that a user can shape their experience as a strength rather than a weakness. Here’s an excerpt from the article: The wonderful thing about the web […]

Whitney Quesenbery and Joe O’Connor – Accessible WordPress

WordPress powers over 25 million sites with more than 14 billion pages viewed each month, making it one of the most popular web publishing platforms. Imagine if every one of those sites was accessible. Joe O’Connor has been a leader in making that happen, through the WordPress accessibility team which works from the inside to make WordPress into a web publishing platform for everyone.