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Oracle Usability Labs – A Day In The Life

: The OAUE team’s motto is “It’s how you work, not just how you click.” The first thing I got out of that motto – usability as defined by the OAUE team is about much more than designing an attractive User Interface (although that’s definitely part of it). : http://orclville.blogspot.com/2009/10/oracle-usability-labs-day-in-life.html

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Fantastic Information Architecture and Data Visualization Resources

: Below are a collection of resources to get you going down the information architecture and data visualization path. Whether you just want to become more familiar with infographics and data visualizations for occasional use or are thinking of making it a career, the resources below will surely come in handy. : http://www.noupe.com/design/fantastic-information-architecture-resources.html

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Copywriting is Interface Design

: Copywriting is interface design. Great interfaces are written. If you think every pixel, every icon, every typeface matters, then you also need to believe every letter matters. : http://gettingreal.37signals.com/ch09_Copywriting_is_Interface_Design.php

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The Problem with User Stories

: Back when I was running a consultancy, I was a big fan of user stories as a method for gathering requirements. Having left the consulting world, though, it’s become really clear to me that stories are the wrong approach. : http://jamesgolick.com/2010/1/4/the-problem-with-user-stories.html

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UX Design Framework – Visual Design

: This post is about visual design, perhaps the most immediately emotive ingredient to user experience. Seeing is believing, and what our eyes see immediately tells us if we either like or dislike what they are receiving. It has a sway on the other 5 elements of the UX framework as it is something that […]

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Testing Content Concepts

: As UX professionals, we’re all familiar with the need to test user experience designs. Testing content, however, might be a different story. Most companies haven’t given testing content the attention it deserves—partly because it’s challenging. : http://www.uxmatters.com/mt/archives/2009/12/testing-content-concepts.php

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21 Ways Websites Communicate with Visitors

: One of the most important responsibilities of a website is to communicate with its visitors. Regardless of whether the site is a blog, a portfolio site, a corporate site, or an e-commerce site, it exists to communicate with visitors. : http://vandelaydesign.com/blog/design/communicate-with-visitors/

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