Users love control. Even in an automated world, our user wants to control the machine. To know that it is under their bidding, and to know it is serving their needs. Yet, in an age of ever more intuitive interfaces,
Thumbs. The very instrument that makes us human. Separating us from our pet cats and dogs. Passed down through the generations, our thumbs have allowed us to do all manner of things; from gripping wooden clubs, to navigating our smartphones.
In today’s world, desktop and laptop PC sales are virtually in free fall. The reduction in sales of these traditional computers has been a direct consequence of the rise in tablet, phablet, and smartphone ownership. It is with smartphone in
Responsive design – a type of design that insures a website will show up on any size device. Be it a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or even a large smart television, responsive design allows you to build one website that works
Research has shown that almost 30% of internet users have a disability of some sort. As such, as user experience designers we need to make sure that we cater for these disabilities so that the widest possible audience can use our
In about 2 weeks we’ll introduce a new update of our test interface, which will make it even easier for participants to rate a web page or concept. Currently we have an average conversion rate of about 30% on all