What content belongs in a mobile application and when is a mobile (or responsive) website more appropriate? Five years after the App Store’s debut, this debate doesn’t seem any closer to a resolution. Many people love the idea of their institution havi …
UX folks can’t get enough of workshops. Whenever we get asked what kind of sessions we want at conferences, we always answer “Workshops!” and “Hands-on activities!” Why? Because of the sad fact that a lot of us don’t get to do much beyond wireframes.
Inspired by Don Norman’s fantastic book The Design of Everyday Things, I set out to identify usability issues in the things I encounter every day. 1 – The lock on my car door 2 – My Samsung Galaxy Tablet 3 – The toilet down the hall from my office
In honor of World Usability Day we’re happy to share this presentation from Stephanie Hay at edUi 2012. Writing Content for Usability Slide Deck (pdf) About Stephanie Stephanie Hay is a writer, project manager, and information architect with an uncanny …
Jeff Parks talks with Derek Featherstone on the Radio Johnny podcast about the importance of accessible design in the creation of great experiences for every user.
Jeff Parks talks with Eric Phetteplace, Emerging Technologies Librarian at Chesapeake College. Eric argues that performance cannot be an afterthought but should be a distinct development concern in every project. He describes the most important improvements to make, shares tools that can automate performance improvements, as well as the specific problems libraries and educational institutions typically encounter.