Tag Archives: usability

Christopher Butler, interactive design expert

Website Usability Testing: “We Are Not Our Users”

In a recent interview, Chris Butler talks about why usability testing is important to a website’s success—how it supports design decision-making, and how testing leads to an improved user experience. You can hear Chris speak on the topic live in his upcoming design tutorial, How Simple Usability Testing Benefits Your Web Design, on Thursday,...

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Rajesh Lal on Accessible Web Design #HOWidc

Nokia engineer Rajesh Lal is an internationally recognized digital product leader who has designed and developed software used by millions of people. An active member of the W3C Accessibility group, he’s passionate about design standards that make the web accessible to all. Lal has written multiple books on desktop, web, mobile and rich internet applications and has...

Job: Interface Graphic Designer at Centro

Centro seeks an interface graphic designer in Illinois: Here at Centro we make software products that help with project managing, analyzing and ultimately making those advertising campaigns successful. Every day our team faces challenges of dealing with multi-party communication, merging documents and integrating outside platforms, all while maintaining simple and usable interfaces. Your job will be...

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How to Design Better Navigation Bars

I’m digging on How to Design the Best Navigation Bar for Your Website on Mashable, written by Daniel Alves. He cites some studies that say people can’t find what they want on a website most of the time—that’s kind of terrifying. Assuming the polling sample didn’t consist entirely of AOL subscribers and great-grandparents (same difference, yeah?),...

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Explaining UX Research to Clients by @changeorder

David Sherwin knows what he’s talking about when it comes to interactive design. (Anybody who attended the HOW Interactive Conference can tell you that.) After chatting with him yesterday, I pulled up his piece Can You Say That in English? Explaining UX Research to Clients on A List Apart. It’s meant to help give you the...