Archive for the 'Content' topic

Testing Your Content Is the Missing Link

Typically when we conduct usability tests we watch how a person moves from one task to another. Where do they click? Why did they take that action? But we should also look to see if usability issues are actually understandability problems. That’s one of the topics that Steph Hay and I discussed in a recent podcast, […]

UIE Article: Content and Design Are Inseparable Work Partners

It’s not uncommon within organizations that web site content is treated differently and separately from the web site design process. Yet the users do not separate the two and see it as one experience. When the content and design process are not done hand-in-hand, poor user experiences is often the result. Today we re-print an […]

Testing Versions of Your Content Might Be the Missing Link for a Useful Design.

Usability in products and websites is what most organizations strive for. Through research and testing, you can root out many issues with clunky interactions that hinder the experience. What isn’t as immediately clear is if some perceived usability issues are actually understandability problems. If your content works, it goes a long way toward improving your […]

Steph Hay – Designing with a Content-First Approach

Usability in products and websites is what most organizations strive for. The more usable the product, the more likely that people will use it. Through research and testing, you can root out many issues with clunky interactions that hinder the experience. What isn’t as immediately clear is if some perceived usability issues are actually understandability problems. Your content could be the culprit.

Steve Fisher – Content Modelling for Responsive Projects

It’s no secret that the content on your site needs to adapt to a variety of viewing environments. Responsive and Adaptive Design have been wonderful for ensuring your design flows and displays appropriately for the multitude of devices out there. But what about your content? How can you be sure your content is in the right place, or even makes sense in these different contexts?

UIETips: Ultra-Contextual Design

In today’s UIEtips, we’re happy to publish an article on Contextual Design from Abi Jones. If you’re trying to figure out whether sensor-informed context is right for you and your users, join Abi on May 14, when she presents the next virtual seminar, Explore the Possibilities of Ultra-Contextual Design. During Abi’s seminar she’ll cover how […]

UIETips: Responsive Content Modelling – Part 2

In today’s UIEtips, we’re pleased to publish part 2 of Steve Fisher’s article which discusses Responsive Content Modelling. In a multi-device world where your content can live anywhere, content modelling helps content adapt consistently. Want to learn more? Join us April 23, when Steve, a UX Architect and Founder of The Republic of Quality, presents […]

Content Modelling, an April 23 Virtual Seminar with Steve Fisher

For the 90% of people who start a task on one device and complete it on another, how do you make your site’s fundamental message remains clear? In a multi-device world where your content can live anywhere, content modelling helps content adapt consistently. Steve Fisher, UX Architect and Founder of The Republic of Quality, will […]

Improve Your Mobile UX with These Six Podcasts

Each of these podcasts brings insights on how to improve communication and workflow with your team and users. Building Responsive Interfaces From Atomic Elements by Brad Frost A website can be made up of relatively complex pieces. You have multiple pages, images, maybe some JavaScript, and it all needs to come together to create this […]

Stephen Hay – Structured Content and Responsive Workflows

Responsive web design’s combination of fluid grids and media queries has really changed the design and development process. It’s an elegant way to ensure that one set of code can display appropriately across devices. It is, however, a bit of a problem with large legacy products and waterfall strategies.