Archive for the 'Userability' topic

Userability Podcast #5 – Just One UX Method?

This week, Jared Spool and Robert Hoekman, Jr. spoke to Mile Dowsett from Cambridge, UK who is stratling the worlds of desktop and web-based applications. He wanted to know, “What do you think is the most important or significant UX deliverable/activity in a web project, and why?”

Userability Podcast #4 – Just One UX Message

This week we continue the international flare with a call from Shanghai, China. Daniel Szuc, of ApogeeHK had a question that stopped Jared and Robert in their tracks.

Userability Podcast #3 – Blind to Average Users

This week, Keith Lang from Canberra, Australia, asks about common UI devices that stump new users.

Userability Podcast #2: Transitioning to IxD and Usability

This week the guys spoke with Jon Hartmann of Morgantown, West Virginia. Jon asked about transitioning to UX and usability from development.

Userability Podcast #1: Exploring More Design Alternatives

Our newest creation: The Userability Podcast. Our listeners call into to ask Jared Spool and Robert Hoekman, Jr. their most vexing design questions. This week: Rob Fay asks about exploring design alternatives.

Userability: Seriously Seeking UX Questions

Have a design question you’re dying to get an answer to? Well, look no further. (For the answer, that is.) Robert Hoekman, world famous author of Designing the Obvious and Designing the Moment, and I, Jared M. Spool, a person who co-authored a book in 1996 that you’ve probably never seen, are joining forces to […]