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edUi 2011

: edUi is a conference on web design, user interface and user experience design for web professionals serving higher ed, museums, libraries and other institutions of learning. edUi 2011 takes place Oct. 13-14 in Richmond, VA : http://eduiconf.org/

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A model for UX design reviews

: Design reviews are so important for our work as user experience designers, but they too often fail us. Here is a model for design reviews that overcomes the problems of ego, emotion, and communication that so often get in the way of helpful feedback. : http://blog.davingranroth.com/2011/01/a-model-for-ux-design-reviews/

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The password reset experience

: I’ve reset nine different passwords for various websites and services in the last 3 months; that’s almost one a week. Resetting passwords is starting to be a regular part of my user experience. Everything requires a login and a password these days and although I have a password system, it breaks down a lot […]

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Getting Your Users On-Board

: Social web applications all have a similar sign-up/ramp-up flow. Attract a user to a marketing site, get them to sign up and most importantly get them to connect to other users. : http://www.contrast.ie/blog/getting-your-users-on-board/

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SpoolCast: Answered! Your Top Questions on Web Form Design with Luke Wroblewski

: Knowing exactly how to design web forms is a struggle. Forms are often a critical step in a user’s journey. It’s easy to frustrate them if your forms aren’t well thought out or well crafted. Luckily, Luke Wroblewski is one of the world’s foremost experts on web form design. : http://www.uie.com/brainsparks/2011/01/18/spoolcast-answered-your-top-questions-on-web-form-design-with-luke-wroblewski

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