A nice article on why focusing on designing for mobile devices really depends on the type of website. Should all websites have desktop and mobile versions?
Truly great user experience design doesn’t start and end with the design department. Companies that do it right instill that focus throughout every aspect of their business.
Can we really make a “better” internet without compromising on too many levels?
The article by Ethan Marcotte in 2010 which started the “Responsive Web Design” approach.
I REALLY want to go to this, it’s about 7 hours away by train from here to Bologna.
My very favourite web usability guru, Steve Krug, is holding his day-long “learn how to do your own usability testing” workshop (places still available). It certainly is an opportunity not to be missed for Steve Krug fans as it is very rare that he has workshops outside the US.
Extremely interesting article on Lean UX, many people may argue that this method involves shortcuts to save time and money, but my opinion is that the method used depends on the individual project, it’s size etc. In any case it is well worth reading.
I have finally managed to get this blog up and running again, with a name change and a new look.
Usability and User Experience in web design is still somewhat in it’s infancy, new buzz words keep cropping up all over the web, techniques and methodologies go in and out of fashion very quickly and common web-wide standards for website usability are as of yet non-existant.
It is a great time to be working in this particular field, be it through industry, academia, freelancing or just from a personal interest point of view.
I will be posting all of the most interesting articles I have found and find concerning UX, SEO and Web Design on this blog.