Category Archives: usability

Usability lessons to Improve Self-Service

Posted by Sarah Chambers |05 Jan 16 |

Self-service sites can provide the best user experiences – giving full control to the user – or they can cause enormous frustrations. Author Sarah Chambers shows us some of the design principles that were used to make gov.uk one of the top self service sites available – and how we can use those same principles to improve our work.

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Embracing the Constraints of the Apple Watch

Posted by Bobby Emamian |15 Dec 15 |

The Apple Watch has seen more immediate popularity than the iPad or iPhone initially did. But if it’s going to stick around, it’s going to need apps that take advantage of the minimal screen space. This week, author Bobby Emamian tells us how his team learned to make sense of the Apple Watch.

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Embracing the Constraints of the Apple Watch

Posted by Bobby Emamian |15 Dec 15 |

The Apple Watch has seen more immediate popularity than the iPad or iPhone initially did. But if it’s going to stick around, it’s going to need apps that take advantage of the minimal screen space. This week, author Bobby Emamian tells us how his team learned to make sense of the Apple Watch.

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How to Make an Intuitive Data Display

Posted by Eldad Farkash |08 Dec 15 |

Business intelligence and analytics programs like Sisense, Qlik, and Tableau are intended to help people without data analysis skills understand their analytics – but sometimes the programs are just as complicated as the data! This week, author Eldad Farkash shows us how to design programs that make analytics intuitive.

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How to Make an Intuitive Data Display

Posted by Eldad Farkash |08 Dec 15 |

Business intelligence and analytics programs like Sisense, Qlik, and Tableau are intended to help people without data analysis skills understand their analytics – but sometimes the programs are just as complicated as the data! This week, author Eldad Farkash shows us how to design programs that make analytics intuitive.

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The Age of Information Architecture

Posted by Peter Morville |01 Dec 15 |

Nearly 20 years ago, Peter Morville and Lou Rosenfeld wrote a book on information architecture. Now, Peter returns and reflects upon the impact and evolution of the famous “polar bear” book.

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