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 […]
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: […]
Jared M. Spool, User Interface Engineering It was puzzling to see how our team was so wrong in this design. At the time, it had seemed like the team made all the right decisions. But now, seeing the real users interacting with it, our only excuse is we just didn’t know what we were doing. […]
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, […]
Future of UI by John Underkoffler | LivingDesign.