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
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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.
I was wondering if there is any research -article etc... on Ship to Store or site to store option provided my many compmanies these days. Since more and more brick & mortar companies have started to include site to store or shop online and receive from store option(like linen n things, circuitcity, radio shack and walmart.com recently started), they are going to gain a lot by this new shopping experience.
Seeing what people do and hearing what they say is the heart of usability
research. But what's the brain doing? Nielsen Norman Group used eye-tracking
technology to watch hundreds of people's eyes as they used the Web, doing a
plethora of different tasks and using different websites. Seeing exactly
what the user is looking at and not looking at is like getting to sneak
into his brain for a little while.
The other day all our copies of Morae were busy and I needed a way to
let colleagues observe the use of a website in the room next door.
Basic requirements were:
1. a computer that the user would browse from (PC or Mac, it didn't matter)
2. some way to show what was on the user's screen on another computer
3. video of the user (one or more)
4. audio of what the user was doing