Chapter 1 of “Selling Usability: User Experience Infiltration Tactics” by John Rhodes

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  1. Chapter 1 of “Selling Usability: User Experience Infiltration Tactics” by John Rhodes

    Chapter 1 is also available as a PDF for free from here:

    http://sellingusability.com/SellingUsabilitySample3.pdf

    —Huffduffed by harrybr

  2. Beyond Usability with Aarron Walter

    Jeffrey Zeldman and Dan Benjamin talk with Aarron Walter, lead user experience designer for MailChimp, about white-hat SEO strategies, user intent and content, usability, and more.

    —Huffduffed by Lukelux

  3. The Science Behind User Experience UX Design and Usability Testing

    A recorded interview with Charles Mauro CHFP conducted by Robynn McCarthy

    Our newest post is a recent in-depth live interview recording of Charles L Mauro covering his more than 30 years as a leading usability scientist. If you are wondering why some products are easy to use and others much less so, why Apple products are so successful, what does it take to create a world-class user experience you will find the interview eye opening if not highly thought provoking.

    Listen to the interview below.

    This interview was conducted by Robynn McCarthy, Co-host, Skepticality: The Official Podcast of Skeptic Magazine dedicated to critical thinking and science.

    http://www.mauronewmedia.com/blog/2011/03/the-science-behind-user-experience-ux-design-and-usability-testing/

    download

    Tagged with ux

    —Huffduffed by sipkhoon

  4. The User Experience Podcast: an Interview with Jakob Nielsen

    Gerry Gaffney conducts a wide-ranging interview with Jakob Nielsen. Is web usability where it’s at? Does usability have a say on climate change? Why is the keyboard so popular?

    via: http://www.uxpod.com/

    —Huffduffed by bennyg

  5. Tania Lang — Using Ajax to enhance UX

    Ajax is changing the way that users interact with websites — it has the potential to provide richer and more interactive online user experiences but also introduces its own set of usability and accessibility problems. This session will present views from leading usability experts from around the world from an experienced practitioner workshop conducted at the Usability Professionals Conference in USA.

    We will also discuss key usability issues we have unveiled through our own usability testing of a range of websites using Ajax over the last 2 years. The session will highlight some of the pitfalls and user frustrations with Ajax as well as how Ajax can be used to enhance the user experience. We will present usability and accessibility issues and common user behaviours with Ajax applications.

    Finally we will discuss interaction design guidelines for developing user friendly Ajax designs. This is not a technical session and will appeal to designers, developers and anyone working with interactive websites or web applications.

    http://www.webdirections.org/resources/tania-lang-using-ajax-to-enhance-ux/

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  6. The Web Psychologist | Podcast Episode #29 - Joe Leech - The Web Psychologist

    This week our guest is Joe Leech, a User Experience Director at cxpartners who writes for various websites & magazines on the subject of usability.

    http://www.thewebpsychologist.com/podcast-episode-29-joe-leech/

    —Huffduffed by AlanDalton

  7. UX Australia 2011 - Mobile user experience: Methods and tools

    This practical presentation is aimed at helping you get your mobile services into customers’ hands early in the design process, and the different ways of exploring mobile user experiences to better inform your design.

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  8. Jakob Nielsen – Dorm Room Tycoon

    In this interview Jakob Nielsen, principal at Nielsen Norman Group explains the rules of mobile usability and user-centred design.

    http://drt.fm/jakob-nielsen/

    —Huffduffed by kimroen

  9. The View from Here: Reconciling User Experience, Product Management and Agile Development

    Agile strives for good communication with their customers. The Embedded User Experience works with the customer to understand what they need, when even the customer may not understand themselves. We teach how to paper prototype and how to do on-site and remote usability testing. Come to this workshop to learn rapid prototyping techniques, Usability Testing (Remote and On-site), Cultural and Physical Modeling, Heuristic Evaluations and much more.

    —Huffduffed by olafursverrir

  10. Webvisions 2008 - Convergence 2.0: The Seamless User Experience

    Convergence 2.0: The Seamless User Experience Speaker: Tjeerd Hoek

    —Huffduffed by Clampants