It was a class targeting desktop developers, aimed at getting us to develop with the iPhone user experience in mind...We are spending money on training and we are stressing the User Experience in our upcoming projects
Unarguably, content is the lifeblood of any organization. Whether you’re in the Life Sciences, Financial Services, Government, Manufacturing, Legal, or any other industry, the content your organization creates and uses is what makes the wheels turn. This content can range from 140...
Building an effective capture solution – Part 1 of 3 (User Experience/Device/Interface) In this three part series of blog posts I would like to walk you through building a highly-effective, yet extremely agile and surprisingly affordable document capture solution
To resolve this subjectivity in providing a complete user experience to the customers, today the major digital marketing solution providers are offering A/B Testing & Multivariate testing solutions
It is fair to say that in both of the prior scenarios clinical analytics would actually be misleading in illustrating the actual user experience. In the restaurant example the most popular location provided a poor user experience and our flight example illustrated a huge qualitative gap in experiences that were identical from an itinerary standpoint
I didn’t always believe this, but in today’s high-speed world of technology, you simply cannot get away with offering a version 1.0 of something that offers utility with the promise of a nice user experience in the future
User experience doesn’t always depend upon big initiatives that require moving Heaven and Earth...That’s what a good user experience is all about
Yes, the rush is on to tackle the issue of user experience – for the end-user, power user, technical user, administrative user, just about every user
But it's abundantly clear that the people charged with applying those technologies have done almost everything they can to negate that potential and create what we in the biz would call a very poor user experience
We all know that the companies who make the stuff that they put on the eye-level shelves in the grocery store, paid a price to get that placement. When you walk in and see one brand of soda on an end-cap, and one flavor of chips on the third shelf from the floor, you are looking at the results...