Article about the intersection of responsive design and accessibility.
I’m taking an edX course (Design and Development of Games for Learning). I’m really enjoying the course but I’m struggling a bit with the interface and how to actually watch the videos. The Interface Here’s what the class interface looks like: Continue reading edX’s Interface
Sometimes usability is about the little things. It really isn’t hard, just put yourself in the user’s shoes. So, I’m buying a ticket from jet blue and putting in all my info. I copied and pasted my phone number into Continue reading Jet Blue Form Errors
Last of three excellent articles from Fuzzy Thoughts on wireframes.
Second of three excellent articles from Fuzzy Thoughts on wireframes.
First of three excellent articles from Fuzzy Thoughts on wireframes.
“Strategy and Structure for Future Ready Content” by Sara Wachter-Boettcher Next on my list to read. Saw an O’Reilly webcast by the author and was very impressed.
“Simple guide to Understanding User Interface Rules” by Jeff Johnson. Great book about the science behind user interface rules. Why do we keep navigation in the same place? Why does movement at the edge of our vision attract our attention? Continue reading Designing with the Mind In Mind
I tried to go to Boxes and Arrows the other day. Boxes and Arrows is a venerable (that means it’s been around a long time) information architecture website/journal. I had noticed that I wasn’t getting any articles from it in Continue reading Boxes And Arrows Website
A Bit of Background I play a little game called World of Warcraft (WoW). I’ve played this game since it came out and it’s one of my main hobbies. In the game, I collect battle pets, level them up and Continue reading Warcraftpets.com Chart: Usability Workshop
I love examining forms online for usability. Yes, I know, strange, but it makes me feel better when I do something wrong. I back up and try and figure out what clues I followed to get to that dead end. Continue reading Usability Fail