Monthly Archives: September 2009

Interview with Elizabeth Rosenzweig

Interview with Elizabeth Rosenzweig, Founder of World Usability Day Elizabeth Rosenzweig is the driving force and founder of the Usability Professional’s Association World Usability Day, a day that seeks to recognize and promote usability as a means to making services … Continue reading

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Main Navigation Types and Usability – Pt 2, Vertical Navigation

Vertical Navigation Types and Usability This article, vertical menus and usability, is part 2 of a multi-part series on main navigation types and their impact on usability. The first part is Main Navigation: Horizontal Menus and Usability. (For ease of … Continue reading

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Be a Usability Zombie

You should be a usability zombie. Really! Usability and Zombies Usability and zombies go together like Halloween and candy corn. Why? Because of a few things that zombies do really well from a management perspective that you should copy and … Continue reading

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