User Experience

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Product evolution? Or changing just to change?

August 23, 2013

As a UX researcher, I tend to evaluate all of my technology interactions. This kicked into high gear recently during a hotel stay. While the check-in process was straightforward; the elevator made me pause to think. Likely every elevator you’ve ever encountered has two buttons in the lobby …

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Is there a standard user experience?

July 25, 2013

In addition to knowledge of methods and industry expertise, knowledge of relevant rules and standards is one of the fundamental preconditions of effectively assessing user experience (UX).  We follow these standards within the field of user experience not to ensure every product results in the …

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My “Eyes-On” Experience with Tobii REX

February 13, 2013

As UX practitioners, we use different methods to evaluate and measure the user experience. Eye tracking, for one, can help us understand how people consume visual information, which is a key aspect of interacting with most interfaces. Based on information obtained, we can detect usability …

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