User Experience

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So, Are You a UX Researcher or UX Designer? (Part 2)

November 3, 2011

My guess is that before, and possibly even after, reading our last blog, So are you a UX researcher or designer (Part 1), many will continue to identify themselves as either a UX researcher or a UX designer.  Why?  I think there are three reasons for this: 1. Much of our training is …

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So, Are You a UX Researcher or UX Designer? (Part 1)

November 1, 2011

This article is re-posted from User Centric’s blog. At User Centric (now GfK's User Experience group), our user experience consultants possess a variety of skills and diverse backgrounds. Some of us avow our allegiance to research, while some profess our loyalty to design. But should we …

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The Truth About Webcam Eye Tracking

October 13, 2011

(Re-post from the Eye Tracking the User Experience Blog.  Aga is currently writing Eye Tracking the User Experience, A Practical Guide, to be published by Rosenfeld Media in 2013.) By now everyone has probably heard of webcam eye tracking. If you haven't, it is exactly what it sounds like - …

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Eye Tracking Without Eyes

June 16, 2011

(Re-post from the “Eye Tracking the User Experience” Blog. Aga Bojko (VP, User Experience) is currently writing Eye Tracking the User Experience, A Practical Guide, to be published by Rosenfeld Media in 2013.) "Participant-free eye tracking" has been around for a while but is still …

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The Most Precise (or Most Accurate?) Eye Tracker

May 18, 2011

(Re-post from the “Eye Tracking the User Experience” Blog.  Aga is currently writing Eye Tracking the User Experience, A Practical Guide, to be published by Rosenfeld Media in 2013.) To keep up with the developments in research and technology, I have a Google Alert set up for "eye tracking" …

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De-Coding the Medical Bill

May 12, 2011

This article is re-posted from User Centric’s blog. How to improve patient satisfaction and billing efficiency with a little user research It’s an all too familiar situation: a month after your routine check-up, you receive a medical statement from your physician’s practice. As you’re looking …

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