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Natural User Interfaces Are Not Natural

: Gestural interaction is the new excitement in the halls of industry. Advances in the size, power, and cost of microprocessors, memory, cameras, and other sensing devices now make it possible to control by wipes and flicks, hand gestures, and body movements. : http://jnd.org/dn.mss/natural_user_interfaces_are_not_natural.html

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The Experience Belongs To the User

: We all like to play God. We like to imagine that the design we create is ushered into the world and all those who use it have an epiphany…they do things exactly in the way we have prescribed. : http://52weeksofux.com/post/513417140/the-experience-belongs-to-the-user

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Estimated reading time in web design

: About 2 years ago he wrote an “Alertbox” titled How little do users read?. His research suggests that users will read only 18% of your content. Given that I spend a few minutes editing each sentence I write, that’s pretty deflating. Then I thought, what strategies can I apply to increase that number from […]

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Workshop on Remote UX Research

: Come hang with us in San Francisco or attend remotely on May 6th from 9am – 4:30pm PST. We’re holding our third “Escape The Lab” workshop on remote UX research methods and tools. You get hands-on training with the latest moderated and un-moderated remote UX research tools. We’re the crazy authors of the new […]

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UPA 2010 International Conference – “Embracing Cultural Diversity – User Experience Design for the World”

: The Usability Professionals’ Association (UPA) is pleased to announce that registration for the UPA 2010 International Conference – “Embracing Cultural Diversity – User Experience Design for the World” taking place in Munich, Germany on 24 – 28 of May 2010, is now open. For the first time in its history, the UPA conference will […]

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Does your website add features or solve problems?

: A big downfall in the IT industry is fixing inventing a problem that doesn’t need fixed. “Problems” are fabricated and “fixed” because we’re too eager to use new technology. This eagerness manifests itself as a superfluous new feature, an implementation that is stimulated by a common misconception that adding more features is a market […]

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