Hi all! It's been a while since I've been active here. I'm jumping into the pool of online research tools. I'm looking for a tool that will allow card sort capability but also capture architecture suggestions. so, not just sorting shoes into flats and heels but also understanding the cognitive map of the larger site and how one might think about getting from a list of shoes to a list of purses and accessories, etc.
Has anyone seen a tool like that? I've looked at websort.net and a few others, but they just allow categorization not architecture.
We made a stencil for OmniGraffle with icons for touchscreen
interaction, free gestures and mobile phone gestures. You can download
it at Graffletopia. It is a first version of the icon set, we will be
updating it from time to time, so feel free to comment and make
suggestions for gestures to integrate in the future.
I've worked out what I really think about trends like Mobile First, and have made sense of the way I have been working for years. Read up on my user centric approach to finding the right design, and the right channel, input, and interface, for your product.
Today we're opening submissions for the final speaker and facilitator places on the MEX programme: the MEX Market Pulse sessions.
This is an opportunity for practitioners riding the very edge of the mobile user experience wave to present at the 10th international MEX in London on 30th November - 1st December (http://pmn.co.uk/mex/).
I am a designer in brazilian company focuzed in financial communication and now I work in a new app project and my boss loves the Google interface in specific Gmail, but I dont know, I believe that Google is not good enough, is a good reference but is not the better user xperience, right?
I was hoping for some assitance with usability guidelines when designing a user account section of a site. I work for an auction site that is a little like eBay but deals with much larger and expensive items.
I wasn't able to locate information or other resources on the subject but as a start to my research, I looking at sites such as eBay and Amazon.
Whether you’re new to the field or you’re a design industry professional, UX Brighton 2011 is a great opportunity to debate, cogitate and learn about User Experience through the lense of various disciplines stretching from anthropology to cross-channel design.