Jeff Carr on why enterprise IT solutions are often seen as (but aren’t) the silver bullet solution
The media portrays teens as competent computer jockeys. In reality, teen overconfidence combined with developing cognitive abilities means they often give up quickly and blame the website’s design.
It’s not iteration if you only do it once
An irreducible truth in information classification, architecture and design.
No [content] model is supposed to survive the first contact with real content, but they need to survive future contact.
Simplicity in design is always necessary, but not at the expense of usability and purpose.
James O’Brien reminds us that we, as UXrs, are not rocket scientists
Web analytics can transform user behaviour from a puzzle to a mystery [which can be] easily solved from watching and asking a few users.
Oliver Reichenstein on why bolt-on third-party sharing widgets are not effective at integrating social content/media
Oliver Reichenstein reminding us that most of many web user interface’s is text and typography