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The 5 Biggest Interface Screw ups of 2010

: Over the past several months, I’ve been funneling my keen eye for awful interface design into a blog, User Interfucked. Interestingly to readers of UX Movement, it should come as no surprise, a vast wealth of terrible interfaces are not just door handles and kitchen cabinets — they’re right here on the web. For […]

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UX: The Enemy Within

: I remember the first time I heard the phrase “information architecture.” It was in the technical communication program at RPI, in a conversation with the department chair about my enthusiasm for combining my love of clear writing, making outlines, and labeling my file folders with what I was then just discovering: a whole new […]

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Prevent feature-creep by focusing on users’ goals

: Feature-creep or featuritis is a tendency to constantly add features which inevitably leads to complex products that are confusing and hard to use. To make matters worse, by adding features we move the product away from solving primary issues – the reason for making the product in the first place. Some products are even […]

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The ultimate User Experience book league table

: Since setting up my little pet project @UXBooks I’ve been meaning to write a related blog post but haven’t managed to put aside the time until now. At a similar time to me setting it up UXBookClubs started to pop up around the World. :

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Sketching to Communicate

: As a web designer I’ve always felt that I’d somehow cheated the system, having been absent on the day God handed out the ability to draw. I didn’t study fine art, I don’t have a natural talent to effortlessly knock out a realistic bowl of fruit beside a water jug, and yet somehow I’ve […]

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