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uxrave:

uxdesign.cc – The UX lazy bear keeps getting more delightful!

The site has been updated with a new section, “Methods & Deliverables” which includes a bunch of tools, links and resources covering all aspects of UX design.

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— 4 months ago with 230 notes
lostaff:

Da oggi potete prendere un’ulteriore precauzione contro hacker e spioni abilitando il protocollo di sicurezza SSL nella vostra Dashboard di Tumblr. Tutto quello che dovete fare è andare alle Impostazioni del vostro Account e abilitare l’opzione.
Ragioni per non farlo? In realtà non ce ne sono, non cambia nulla nella dashboard, ne viene solo criptata la vostra connessione. Noi lo usiamo da settimane e non ce ne siamo neanche accorti. Provateci anche voi, vi dimenticherete di averlo fatto. È facile.
(Fonte: Staff)

lostaff:

Da oggi potete prendere un’ulteriore precauzione contro hacker e spioni abilitando il protocollo di sicurezza SSL nella vostra Dashboard di Tumblr. Tutto quello che dovete fare è andare alle Impostazioni del vostro Account e abilitare l’opzione.

Ragioni per non farlo? In realtà non ce ne sono, non cambia nulla nella dashboard, ne viene solo criptata la vostra connessione. Noi lo usiamo da settimane e non ce ne siamo neanche accorti. Provateci anche voi, vi dimenticherete di averlo fatto. È facile.

(Fonte: Staff)

— 5 months ago with 210 notes

visualoop:

This is Visual Journalism [47]

An epic journey into the world of infographic design.

Full post here: http://ow.ly/spRRy

— 6 months ago with 4 notes
#infographics  #graphics 
inxspire:

What a great chutes-and-ladders representation of UX Design. I feel like it captures the incredibly challenging task faced by UX professionals - the job demands that a team represent the skills of a designer, a researcher, a salesperson, and, as I never shut up about, a storyteller. On the other end, however, there’s the excitement of creating a product that actually works for people, with people - and, ironically, it’s pretty much intentionally invisible.

inxspire:

What a great chutes-and-ladders representation of UX Design. I feel like it captures the incredibly challenging task faced by UX professionals - the job demands that a team represent the skills of a designer, a researcher, a salesperson, and, as I never shut up about, a storyteller. On the other end, however, there’s the excitement of creating a product that actually works for people, with people - and, ironically, it’s pretty much intentionally invisible.

— 6 months ago with 4 notes
#user experience  #ux  #infographic 
thingsorganizedneatly:

Collection “New Year Resolutions_2014" by Hamide.
Art Direction by Hamide & Signe Chiper Lillemark
Photograph by Signe & George Chiper Lillemark

and what about yours, people?

thingsorganizedneatly:

Collection “New Year Resolutions_2014" by Hamide.

Art Direction by Hamide & Signe Chiper Lillemark

Photograph by Signe & George Chiper Lillemark

and what about yours, people?

— 6 months ago with 201 notes
#e le vostre? 
Closing Time for the Open Internet

newyorker:

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Net neutrality, the “Magna Carta of the Web,” allows content providers to reach users without being blocked or harassed by Internet carriers. What happens when this policy can no longer be enforced? http://nyr.kr/1eJYzxf

Photograph: Photograph by Dan Winters.

(Source: newyorker.com)

— 6 months ago with 189 notes
Participatory Observation :: UXmatters →

inxspire:

Participant observation is basically the process of going into a setting and… Well, participating. And observing. The name really fits the concept.

Anyways, I’ve done participant observation, before. I was at a Mexican food restaurant in Salt Lake City, Utah, and I ended up experiencing a lot of what this article talks about. I was only there for an hour or two, and I ended up with MOUNTAINS of data to use - and yet, only three or four pages with which to discuss all of it.

The word that I’m really interested in, however, is empathy. That was my favorite part of qualitative research in general, and one of the reasons that I’m so passionate about using it in my own projects. There’s just this level of empathy that comes with sitting down and trying to understand somebody on their terms. Now, don’t get me wrong - hypothesis testing and other quantitative methods are invaluable, but they tend to assume a lot about users when it comes down to the explanatory phase. In contrast, most qualitative methods acknowledge that, as researchers and designers, we have biases and assumptions that we need to challenge, unpack, and understand.

There really isn’t a better way of doing it than sitting down with a person and listening to their story. At the end of it all, that just means that I’m able to go into a project feeling like I have an insider’s perspective on the audience I’m working for

— 6 months ago with 3 notes
#qualitative testing  #user testing  #user experience  #information architecture 
User Experience (UX) Career Advice From 1,015 UX Professionals →

(Source: )

— 6 months ago with 2 notes
#ux 

nevver:

Coffee 2014

never too late to wish y’all an happy new year

(via jocelynlui)

— 6 months ago with 800 notes
#funny video  #coffee 
The Hypnotic Effect of Parallax Scrolling and How it Impacts User... →

uxrecherche:

Parallax scrolling has become increasingly popular in web page design. Pages that employ it often create an impression of action through clever… January 15, 2014 at 08:45PM

Example of parallax scrolling courtesy OhSqueezy

Example of parallax scrolling courtesy OhSqueezy

— 6 months ago with 2 notes
#user experience  #ux  #usability 
"

If women see STEM positions as inhospitable working environments, online or otherwise, then it is our responsibility to work toward creating inclusive environments conducive to work by all. YouTube is only part of a much larger struggle toward equality in the workplace.

In my experience, I have been asked everything from if I have a stylist, to if I dress “nerdy” to better fit in my “role,” to what my reaction would be if approached to pose for Playboy. Scientists who take pride in their appearance should not also have to worry about their discoveries and accomplishments being undermined by questions about where they get their clothes or if they would consider increasing the popularity of their published works by taking those clothes off.

If we want to see diversity in these fields, there has to be a conscious rejection of and intolerance toward remarks in the media that diminish these achievements.

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Emily Graslie of science YouTube channel “The Brain Scoop” who recently fired back at some YouTube trolls for paying more attention to her appearance than the subject matter in this video which went viral late last year. (via chicagobusiness)

(via thescienceofreality)

— 6 months ago with 1785 notes
#not strictly it related but you catch our drift  #women in science  #STEM 
thingsorganizedneatly:

Photography: Ania Wawrzkowicz
Styling: Olivia Gregory (House&Garden Magazine) 

thingsorganizedneatly:

Photography: Ania Wawrzkowicz

Styling: Olivia Gregory (House&Garden Magazine) 

— 7 months ago with 1361 notes