Monthly Archives: November 2008

User Centered Design

User Centered Design Has Been Around Longer Than You May Think! Case in Point; Irving Thalberg and Previewing the Movies of the 1920s and 30s. Sometimes it’s easy to forget that user centered design is not just a recent practice … Continue reading

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Fortune Names BJ Fogg a Management Guru

Fortune names BJ Fogg one of the next generation of management gurus. In what should be considered earth-shaking news for usability practitioners everywhere, one of the most remarkable researchers of human computer interaction has been labeled a “next generation management … Continue reading

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Contextual Inquiry

Dan Russel, Uber Tech Lead at Google Search Quality (and what a cool title that is!) recently published a post providing a rare glimpse into how Google captures and uses behavioral research to gather usability insights. According to Dan, two … Continue reading

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