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Designers and developers have something incredibly important in common—but people forget it all the time. Great perspective on the common ground between developers & designers! The blending of minds isn’t often seen but often denied – it’s really there, so … Continue reading
There’s a lot of misunderstanding out there about mixing agile & usability in a discussion. But our research has shown that there are a lot of myths out there about usability studies & usability testing in general. Continue reading
When I was looking into issues I was having marketing a Usability Practice I found this article – very good points on why it may be hard to sell usability engagements to various stakeholders in an organization. Continue reading
There are points to be made for prototyping in Cycle 0 & what affect not doing it effectively can do to your Brand These points are made in an article that in fact has defined 8 “mines” that are awaiting … Continue reading
First Rule of Usability? Don’t Listen to Users (Alertbox). Summary: To design an easy-to-use interface, pay attention to what users do, not what they say. Self-reported claims are unreliable, as are user speculations about future behavior. Watch Users Work Too … Continue reading