Category Archives: Usability

The future of WireFrames

Really interesting article about not only the future but the past of wireframes: http://www.madebymany.co.uk/the-future-of-wireframes-00991. Its talks a lot about website wire framing, but they are such a general resource that it is worth taking the time to take a look … Continue reading

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The future of Firefox – tabless

“Oliver Reichenstein and Aza Raskin, head of user experience at Mozilla, have been thinking about the future of tabs in Firefox, and some of the resulting mockups are quite intriguing.” Via readwriteweb

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Card Sorting: Designing Usable Categories

Images have been uploaded to flickr from Donna Spencer’s upcoming book “Card Sorting: Designing Usable Categories”: There is also a very interesting article on Boxes and Arrows, Card sorting – a definitive guide with a much needed explanation of what … Continue reading

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what the heck is user experience design??!!

Interesting podcast interview with Jesse James Garrett of Adaptive Path. http://www.teawithteresa.com/2009/02/what-heck-is-user-experience-design.html “Its a lot like going on a first date” Podcast link here: http://www.brazenart.com/podcast_media/TwT_005.mp3

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Personality in interfaces

There is a lot of good content in this slideshow by Stephen Anderson, and goes a long way into why we should inject personalities in to the interfaces that we are creating. Eye Candy IS A Critical Business Requirement View … Continue reading

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light on dark or dark on light – readability of interfaces

When designers first take to the design process one of the most influential decisions they make is whether to use light text on a dark background, or dark text on a lighter background. Often the decision comes from many angles, … Continue reading

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