Monthly Archives: April 2012

Great explanation on ambiguous icons used in the name of simplification – http://t.co/rachySCr #ux #usability #design

Great explanation on ambiguous icons used in the name of simplification – http://t.co/rachySCr #ux #usability #design Great explanation on ambiguous icons used in the name of simplification – http://t.co/rachySCr #ux #usability #design Link – Trackbacks

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Facebook Timeline Changed the Way We See Brand Pages; Here’s How

Facebook Timeline Changed the Way We See Brand Profiles. Here’s How: When Facebook launched Timeline for bran… http://t.co/f1DkE68O When Facebook launched Timeline for brands last month, it wasn’t just marketers’ social media strategies that got turned upside down. The new … Continue reading

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Usability, Gilbert Ryle, and the Wizard of Oz: Adventures in Medical Device Usability #medtech #usability

Usability, Gilbert Ryle, and the Wizard of Oz: Adventures in Medical Device Usability http://t.co/expcUgO4 #medtech #usability Usability, Gilbert Ryle, and the Wizard of Oz: Adventures in Medical Device Usability http://t.co/expcUgO4 #medtech #usability Link – Trackbacks

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Design guides behavior – Facebook Timeline Changed the Way We See Brand Pages; Here’s How #ixd #ux #socialmedia

Facebook Timeline Changed the Way We See Brand Pages; Here’s How http://t.co/35tFuEVJ Facebook Timeline Changed the Way We See Brand Pages; Here’s How http://t.co/35tFuEVJ Link – Trackbacks

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BBC News – Fast Track – Hundreds test Berlin’s new Brandenburg Airport

Hundreds test Berlin's new Brandenburg Airport http://t.co/m58g6hXT Berlin Brandenburg Airport is set to open on June 3 but before the first flight takes off everything must be ready on the ground to ensure the passengers have a smooth journey through … Continue reading

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Wizard Guidelines – Review & Confirmation

My final post on Wizard Guidelines – Review & Confirmation Page http://t.co/Nu254eIt #ui #ux #usability #design #web #bestpractices Before the wizard is submitted user is presented with the review step. This step gives a snapshot of all the data that … Continue reading

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NEW ARTICLE: 5 Mobile Website Usability Rules You Cannot Afford To Break | Usability Geek http://t.co/oSYZgoHJ #usability #ux #mobile #web

NEW ARTICLE: 5 Mobile Website Usability Rules You Cannot Afford To Break | Usability Geek http://t.co/oSYZgoHJ #usability #ux #mobile #web NEW ARTICLE: 5 Mobile Website Usability Rules You Cannot Afford To Break | Usability Geek http://t.co/oSYZgoHJ #usability #ux #mobile #web … Continue reading

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The Power of #Software #Usability: Insights from Infor’s Inforium 2012 Conference – http://t.co/FPDFrPWn @Infor #socialmedia #SCM #WMS

The Power of #Software #Usability: Insights from Infor's Inforium 2012 Conference – http://t.co/FPDFrPWn @Infor #socialmedia #SCM #WMS The Power of #Software #Usability: Insights from Infor's Inforium 2012 Conference – http://t.co/FPDFrPWn @Infor #socialmedia #SCM #WMS Link – Trackbacks

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5 Mobile Website Usability Rules You Cannot Afford To Break | Usability Geek

NEW ARTICLE: 5 Mobile Website Usability Rules You Cannot Afford To Break | Usability Geek http://t.co/oSYZgoHJ #usability #ux #mobile #web 5 Guidelines to improve the Usability of websites when they are accessed via a mobile device. They are presented in … Continue reading

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Conversion Rate Optimization: Building to the Ultimate Yes | MarketingExperiments Blog: Research-driven optimization, testing, and marketing ideas

New @MktgExperiments Conversion Rate Optimization: Building to the Ultimate Yes http://t.co/fwFdM5iK To achieve an ultimate yes, or a marketing conversion, you must lead customers through a series of micro-yeses. Read on for a breakdown of each element that plays a … Continue reading

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