Evaluando tu Ideas

¡La lluvia de ideas es divertida! En los primeros días de un nuevo proyecto, hay toneladas de ideas volando alrededor, y esas ideas chispean las discusiones que a su vez chispean más ideas. Puede ser muy difícil minimizar la lista de requerimientos, especialmente si las ideas se desarrollaron hace algún tiempo, la gente suele apegarse a la idea […]

International Usability: Big Stuff the Same, Details Differ

Summary: User testing on 3 continents confirmed that the main usability guidelines hold worldwide, but many other considerations exist to better support international users. Earlier this year, we ran a range of usability studies of websites, intranets, and mobile sites and apps in Australia, China, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Of course, we’ve always […]

10 Great Reasons to Usability Test

10 Great Reasons to Usability Test Posted by Jacob Creech on May 13th, 2011 For all the tips I give on usability testing, explanations of how to get started, the reviews of different services I do, I get a very large number of people asking me why they should actually test in the first place […]

Everything You Know About CSS Is Wrong (IE8)

by Rachel Andrew and Kevin Yank Perhaps you’ll feel slightly uncomfortable about the example you will see—after all, haven’t web standards advocates like myself been insisting for years that you shouldn’t be using tables for layout? When released, Internet Explorer 8 will support many new values for the CSS display property, including the table-related values: […]

Three Important Usability Challenges for Designing Web Apps

Jared M. Spool, User Interface Engineering A benefit of joining the Hertz #1 Gold Club is a simplified experience for reserving a rental car. As a member, the web site remembers your billing information, frequent flyer preferences, and frequent cities you travel to, eliminating time consuming steps from the reservation system. This enhances customer loyalty, […]

How to Quantify the User Experience

Today’s “re-post” is about an article by Robert Rubinoff where he is presenting (as he call it) a “Quick-and-Dirty” methodology  for quantifying the user experience. I found it pretty simple and easy to understand for those interested in getting to know a bit more about what  “quantifying”  a website.  Robert Rubinoff Sitepoint April 21, 2004 Many […]

How to measure and manage the user experience

By Peter Hornsby UX MATTERS Published: May 11, 2009 …changing a software system in such a way that it does not alter the external behavior of the code yet improves its internal structure…you are improving the design of the code after it has been written.”—Martin Fowler The ability to take a broad view of the […]

Fast Path to a Great UX – Increased Exposure Hours

By Jared M. Spool Originally published: Mar 30, 2011 As we’ve been researching what design teams need to do to create great user experiences, we’ve stumbled across an interesting finding. It’s the closest thing we’ve found to a silver bullet when it comes to reliably improving the designs teams produce. This solution is so simple […]

7 pensamientos tóxicos que debes eliminar de tu vida.

By Por Aida Baída Gil. Les comparto este excelente articulo, el cual comparto en su totalidad espero lo encuentran tan interesante como yo. Gracias ¿Hasta qué punto afectan los pensamientos negativos a tus resultados? A estas alturas ya sabes de sobra que tus creencias y pensamientos influyen en tu actitud y, por tanto, en tus […]

Navigation Accessibility: Menus and Links

Once again, even thought this was published in 2004 everything in this post is worthy the analysis. Enjoy. Roger Hudson, August 2004 Introduction The Web is a navigation environment, where travellers move around in a virtual world by activating hypertext links. Successful Websites have logical navigation systems that mirror real world navigational expectations and experiences […]