Monthly Archives: March 2010

7 Reasons Why You Can’t Sell Usability

7 Reasons Why You Can’t Sell Usability, And What To Do About It Selling usability services has been on my mind quite a bit lately, and in that respect I’m not alone.  Several other usability practitioners have discussed selling usability … Continue reading

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8 Free Tools for Good Information Architecture and Usability

A handy list of 8 Free tools for good information architecture and usability For web sites, information architecture is the way content is organized and categorized on the site.  It is the backbone of navigation, taxonomy (labeling) and user experience.  … Continue reading

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Usability Book Review: “Remote Research”

Review of the usability book ‘Remote Research’ by Nate Bolt and Tony Tulathimutte For those of you who’ve been following my blog for a while (hi Mom! hi @kailualisa!) you know the risk Nate, Tony and Lou Rosenfeld took asking … Continue reading

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