I am working to make the case to some of my company's IT professionals
that the decision to go with PDF delivery for certain reports rather
than HTML is a bad one.
I've read all of Nielson's articles on PDFs as well as rebuttals by
various individuals (where they only seem to point out that PDFs can do
more than just be for print; include hyperlinks, interactive forms, etc.
but not that they do these things well enough to remove usability
Can anyone else point me to statistics or reports on PDF vs. HTML and
PDF for onscreen reading.
We are working on a project that plans to start testing in Germany,
France, Spain, Austria and Belgium specifically and I was hoping to
get some good recommendations on usability recruiting firms in those
countries. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
A new edition of the (in)famous Norwegian Bad Usability Calendar is
here. Check out the fresh examples of exaggerated use fancy of Web 2.0
design, cover flow, personalization, pull-down menus and more..
I am not sure whether this is the right forum, so sorry in advance if
not. But I saw some questions regarding eye tracking so I hope you
could help me. - BTW do you know forums that are completely dedicated
to eye tracking?
Okay, here is my challenge:
I am working since two years with eye tracking in the context of
dialogue systems. Currently I try to build a system which displays
information for several objects (e.g.
I'm running into an interesting conversation with more regularity
every week. That conversation surrounds the usability compromise that
sometimes occurs when optimizing pages, functionality, content
organization and linking strategies for search engines. There is
theory being preached within my company that if you optimize for
search engines, then you are optimizing for the user as well. I
disagree. I think they are two separate sets of logic, that may in
fact overlap, but are absolutely not in harmony.
Google has launched a new version of <https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2>
GMail with some good new features. However, what really surprised me were
the very bad changes in the user interface of the contacts "subsystem".
Google has a very deserved prestige in providing dead simple and very well
designed user interfaces. However, I think they couldn't repeat themselves
User Experience Designer at Harris Corporation - Waterloo, Ontario, Full
Interested in designing software to be used in playing out live HD
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programs around the world? Then you may be interested in this role with
Harris Corporation. We are looking for an User Experience Designer to
join our Inscriber Graphics product team. Harris Inscriber graphics and
titling products provide industry leading solutions for broadcast and
The MSU Usability & Accessibility Center and the Michigan Usability
Professionals' Association (MI-UPA) are joining over 170 other locations in
35 countries to promote World Usability Day. This is also MSU's Fifth Annual
Usability & Accessibility Event.
The focus for World Usability Day 2007 is healthcare.