As with websites so with comics: there’s a lot more to it than meets the eye. Follow along as Rachel Nabors shares techniques from the world of comics to better plan, assess, and improve the experience of a website.
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Facebook didn’t just nail “social;” they created it. But where they sometimes fail – and where Google+ could win out – is usability. Liz Carlson of UserTesting shares results of their organization’s latest usability study.
Distributed teams must overcome a number of issues in order to reap the benefits of collaboration. Learn to communicate more clearly and overcome the dreaded ego battle! Raluca Ene shows us how.
Successful teams can feed off each other’s creative drive to push innovative ideas forward resulting in amazing work. Raluca Ene provides everything our team needs to kick its process into high gear.
Every website has it, but not every website does it well. Andy Montgomery introduces two concepts – and provides dozens of examples – towards effective navigation design.
For those of us who don’t have the luxury of choosing our clients, the UX battlefield is littered with political skirmishes. Girish Gangadharan explores the tactics necessary for a winning design strategy.
No deliverable is perfect. Designer Barnabas Nagy questions the content and presentation of common UX deliverables and provides his well considered interpretations.
It’s in an eCommerce-site-owner’s best interests to appear credible. In the final installment of her two-part series, Raji Borthakur shares even more tips to help readers not only assess but plan for the improvement of a retail site.
It’s in an eCommerce-site-owner’s best interests to appear credible. Raji Borthakur provides readers with a checklist to help them not only assess but plan for the improvement of a retail site.
Open card sorts inevitably produce a great deal of data. Knowing how to correctly structure and analyze that data can help information architects attain the perfection they seek. Alan Salmoni shows us how.