A month ago, Facebook revealed another redesign. Just as we’d gotten used to their last iteration, in came a fresh new look. Though fresh is perhaps the wrong choice of term. The news feed redesign initially took many aback, holding
“It is very important to us what actual users think of Kanker.nl. That’s why we decided to invite our target group to test the platform while it is still being developed.” — Nienke Beekers, Research assistent at Kanker.nl
The web of 2013 is complex and ever-growing. In January, there were already 13.81 billion indexed web pages worldwide. That makes 13,810,000,000 web pages — which is a lot. But not only the number of websites has skyrocketed, they have
When we create websites we often discuss different techniques that we work with. What is possible within the boundaries of a chosen tool and what isn’t? More often these concerns make place for something else: User Centered Design (UCD). The
Any good marketing strategy is built on emotions. This is not a secret. What seems to be a secret at times is how we know which emotions to work with. It can be quite tricky to appeal to a target
User testing. Everyone knows it, everyone does it, or at least knows he should be doing it when creating user interfaces. Over time many different kinds of user testing, such as classic in-lab user testing, remote, or automated user testing,
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User Experience diagram, originally uploaded by Paul Veugen. User Experience is more than only usability. The above image is based on Peter Morville’s UX honeycomb and illustrates six basic elements of user experience. These six elements are divided into an