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Our Industry Needs Digital Experience Directors | Chapter Three
Our industry needs a new position. A person whose entire job is owning, directing and overseeing a website. We need a new title for them. I propose we call them Digital Experience Directors. 
content  web  strategy  ux 
november 2014 by coreycaitlin
There is no UX, there is only UX | disambiguity
It’s not about who is ‘in charge’ of user experience. It’s a philosophical framework for sharing the responsibility for the users’ experience and allowing problems to be directly attributed to the true source, often far more deeply embedded in the organisation than the interface.
design  ux  web  process 
february 2014 by coreycaitlin
Thoughts on product design
Tiny design lesson:
1. Start with why.
2. Build less.
3. Perfection is the wrong goal.

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web  design  process  ux  from twitter_favs
january 2014 by coreycaitlin | Thoughts on designing for security fatigue
It's time to stop seeing this as a problem users cause, they choose these weak passwords deliberately.
design  ux  security  from twitter_favs
january 2014 by coreycaitlin
Human Interest | Trent Walton
So, is my new Internet crush. Read his terrific post on prioritizing people over content:
design  marketing  webdesign  ux  from twitter_favs
august 2013 by coreycaitlin
Quick and Dirty Remote User Testing · An A List Apart Article
Although more web people have basic design training nowadays, many are still unfamiliar with how to conduct user research, which is an important part of the design process. Fortunately, the internet makes it easy to get direct feedback from real users with quick, cheap, guerilla-style usability testing.
web  process  usability  ux  research  ala 
june 2013 by coreycaitlin
Quick Usability Checklist - UX Booth | UX Booth
After reviewing websites for a few months, I’ve begun to see general patterns emerge that make a site more or less usable. In this post, I’d like to highlight some of the more common problems designers should address on their own sites.
ux  usability  web  process  checklist  launch 
june 2013 by coreycaitlin
Good Designers Redesign, Great Designers Realign · An A List Apart Article
Perhaps the best way to educate one’s self in the whys of realigning is to start by saying no. Strategy is often just as much about saying no as it is about saying yes. So is realigning.
web  design  process  strategy  ux  ala 
june 2013 by coreycaitlin
Audiences, Outcomes, and Determining User Needs · An A List Apart Article
Every website needs an audience. And every audience needs a goal. Advocating for end-user needs is the very foundation of the user experience disciplines. We make websites for real people. Those real people are able to do real things.
web  process  strategy  usability  ux  ala  content 
june 2013 by coreycaitlin
Is Structured Content a New Hope for CMS? | Content Insight News
By Misty Weaver User experience and content management systems seemed to follow to their own paths from development to user interface. Users were always at the center of user experience design. via Pocket
cms  content  ux  ui 
may 2013 by coreycaitlin
The Rise of Product Design - Emesis - Quora
Love this post by , and emphatically agree with him about the role of dedicated designers on products:
web  design  ux  ui  from twitter_favs
april 2013 by coreycaitlin
Auto-Forwarding Carousels and Accordions Annoy Users and Reduce Visibility (Jakob Nielsen)
Well this is clear:
"Auto-forwarding carousels and accordions annoy users and reduce visibility" /cc: @scarequotes
web  design  carousel  ux  usability  homepage 
april 2013 by coreycaitlin
Carousel Interaction Stats | WeedyGarden
Love love love. Ammo ammo ammo. RT @dmolsen: Matches what we've seen. “Carousel Interaction Stats” by @erunyon
web  design  carousel  ux  highered  analytics  usability 
january 2013 by coreycaitlin
The New Gov.UK (And The Style Guide Behind It) - Forbes
One Confab speaker applauds another! Here @katekiefer describes the achievements of @ecsmum and other GOV.UK folks:
government  uk  content  strategy  ux  usability  styleguide  from instapaper
december 2012 by coreycaitlin
When the Nerds Go Marching In - Alexis C. Madrigal - The Atlantic
"Our supporters don't give a shit about our org chart. They just want to have a meaningful experience. We promise them they can play a meaningful role in politics and they don't care about the departments in the campaign. So we have to do the work on our side to look integrated and have our shit together," he said. "That took some time. You have to develop new trust with people. It's just change management. It's not complicated; it's just hard."
ux  politics  obama  tech 
november 2012 by coreycaitlin
High school student mobile Web usage for college research
52% of prospective students look at college sites on mobile. Optimizing content for mobile is now mandatory.
web  highered  mobile  responsive  design  usability  ux  from twitter_favs
november 2012 by coreycaitlin
From Citation UI To Focus Enabling Design - Tantek
“…emotions (people anxiously check their inboxes/activity), nor their wide range of devices (responsive design).”
ui  ux  design  reading  sharing  from instapaper
june 2012 by coreycaitlin
Smartphones as an internet appliance | Pew Internet & American Life Project
Gov't, schools, public svc: need to reach low-income, black, hispanic users, then you need to be on mobile:
accessibility  web  webdev  ux  from twitter_favs
march 2012 by coreycaitlin
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