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Two out of two news organizations recommend user research
The phrase “user research” makes me think of Mad Men, with women sitting behind a one-way mirror trying on lipstick while men watch (and criticize their…
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Twitter Ads Aren't Too Relevant
This year, 53.1 million US internet users will access their Twitter accounts via any device at least monthly, according to eMarketer estimates released in…
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15% of Americans don’t use the internet. Who are they?
Numbers, Facts and Trends Shaping Your World
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By Monica Anderson and Andrew Perrin
For many Americans, going online is an important way to…
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Report: Recent App Store Algorithm Change Points To Crackdown On “Keyword Stuffing”
Last week, we noted a recent change to the App Store’s algorithm, which appeared to have more heavily impacted iPad app developers, and ultimately resulted in…
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yesterday
15 Percent of Americans Don’t Use the Internet
Many Americans are still offline.
In research released today, the Pew Research Center says that 15 percent of American adults do not use the Internet. That…
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2 days ago
Online News Presentation
Contemporary site used for our experiments.
Homepage layout matters. It affects what people view on a website and what they remember from the news.
Across a…
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2 days ago
Slaying 5 UX Myths for the Good of Mankind
As a problem-solver you meet a lot of people with opinions on how design and user experience (UX) works. These are mine.
First published on axbom.com
No. Just.…
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2 days ago
The Psychologist’s View of UX Design | UX Magazine
Jump to navigation You may have heard this story about an elephant:A king brings six men into a dark building. They cannot see anything. The king says to them,…
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3 days ago
The User Experience of Creative Sprints
Creative sprints are typically multiple day processes that get a whole team together to define the challenge, come up with a lot of ideas, build the best ideas…
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3 days ago
When newspapers don’t care about their customers
These days, people tend to know what they’re going to get when they subscribe to a newspaper. They may get irritated by the editorial pages, bothered by the…
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3 days ago
The end of capitalism has begun
Erick Schonfeld: "Information is a machine for grinding the price of things lower and slashing the work time needed to support life"

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4 days ago
Lessons in digital innovation from 5 leading news outlets
Lessons in digital innovation from 5 leading news outlets | Media news Lessons in digital innovation from 5 leading news outlets Some news organisations, old…
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4 days ago
Agile UX: The Art of Efficient Development
Agile cycles are perfect when it comes to developing, continuously improving and updating a website or app. But to be sure the changes being made are improving…
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6 days ago
How To Moderate Effectively In Usability Research
As UX professionals, we know the value of conducting usability research. But UX research initiatives — even when designed well — are not perfect. A lab study to…
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6 days ago
Infographic: The Reach of Newspaper Digital Media
“The Reach of Newspaper Digital Media” infographic is available for download in Part 1 and Part 2. Also, thumbnails for Facebook and Twitter are available for…
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6 days ago
JeffGaulin.com: Jobs
Kathy English: 12 great jobs for journalists at Star. Love the requirement for "boundless curiosity" http://t.co/JSbESxn03o
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8 days ago
Hermeneutics for Designers
“To understand the whole of a book it is necessary to grasp its individual words and sentences, but those words and sentences only have meaning within the…
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8 days ago
Is the media becoming a wire service?
I’m going to make some predictions about the future of the media in this piece, and they come with the disclaimer that predictions always come with: They could…
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8 days ago
Charlotte Agenda Carves Out Role as Brand Builder, Market Developer | Street Fight
In April of this year, online city guide Charlotte Agenda arrived onto a shifting Charlotte, N.C. digital scene. The site’s eclectic mix of five-to-ten…
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8 days ago
Coders Balk at Making Apps Searchable
The giants of the Web have been pressing developers of mobile apps to index their content so it can be parsed by search engines or linked to from other sites.…
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9 days ago
Stratechery by Ben Thompson
The last several articles on Stratechery have formed an unintentional series:
In retrospect, there is a clear thread. In fact, I believe this thread runs…
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9 days ago
The Ideal Ux Team And What They Produce
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.
You can create clipboards around different topics, and share your great…
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10 days ago
The mobile web sucks
I hate browsing the web on my phone.
I do it all the time, of course — we all do. Just looking at the stats for The Verge, our mobile traffic is up 70 percent…
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10 days ago
Banner “Fraud” Doesn’t Matter — Medium
Here’s a message on behalf of brand marketers everywhere.† We know about banner fraud already. We just don’t care. Seriously. It’s fine. I mean, you got us into…
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10 days ago
Ad tech is killing the online experience
There’s something so wonderfully easy about reading this column in a physical newspaper. You turned the page, and here it is, with few annoyances or…
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10 days ago
Why We Collaborate
Adam Salsman: One of my favourite @TEDRadioHour episodes is the one on collaboration: http://t.co/AhtkE1ZQ4F
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11 days ago
The Web's Cruft Problem -
The other day I came across this tweet from Kyle Simpson: I don’t have a term for Kyle, but I completely agree with the sentiment, and I anecdotally get this…
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13 days ago
Escaping the new media cargo cult
Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Ignore the Metrics Like the great magazines of yesteryear, Boing Boing lets really smart people tell us about the things…
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14 days ago
Strategy, not Technology, Drives Digital Transformation
Executives who think they’re in a technology arms race are focusing on the wrong area: The 2015 Digital Business Global Executive Study and Research Project by…
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15 days ago
How to make money on mobile
Jul 12
Posted by Steve Gray
Sounds like a great session for a publishers’ conference, doesn’t it? It’s a big topic for local media businesses these days, as…
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16 days ago
What APIs Can Do for News
“It was a success in every dimension except the one we thought it would be.”
That’s Daniel Jacobson’s tweet-length summary of his experience, in 2008, opening…
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16 days ago
How To Use The System Usability Scale (SUS) To Evaluate The Usability Of Your Website
Is your website usable?
If your job depends on getting a definite answer to this question, then you should start using the System Usability Scale.
The System…
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16 days ago
If a Media Company Has a Chief Digital Officer… Short the Stock
/mark: If a Media Company Has a Chief Digital Officer…
Short the Stock by @rybchin https://t.co/9g4bQAuvXP
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17 days ago
Putting the public into public media membership
Editor’s note: Public media relies on its users — its listeners, its viewers, its readers — for much of its support. But as the disruption of media continues…
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17 days ago
The 4 Essential UX Documents Every Designer Needs
When it comes to UX documentation, wireframes and prototypes are certainly among the most important.
But that’s just the beginning. We’ve actually found four…
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18 days ago
This Week in Content Marketing: Inside The New York Times' Subscription Funnel
PNR: This Old Marketing with Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose can be found on both iTunes and Stitcher. In this week’s episode, Robert and I don’t understand why CNN…
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19 days ago
New Research: Employees Using Twitter Contribute Better Ideas at Work
Study Also Finds Link Between the Amount of Diversity in an Employee’s Twitter Network and the Quality of Ideas
CAMBRIDGE, MA—(Marketwired - June 02, 2015) -…
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19 days ago
What’s wrong with the lean startup methodology?
Jim MacMillan: What’s wrong with the lean startup methodology? http://t.co/H6usDCdLMv What’s wrong with the lean startup methodology?
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19 days ago
The Secret Startup That Saved the Worst Website in America
Kakie Urch: It took a failure like http://t.co/WAvr3GuN0i for the U.S. government to understand the bsiness of building a website http://t.co/5e49IShX8i
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19 days ago
How ESPN Plans to Dominate the Post-TV World
Dan Petty: "ESPN is confronting the slow unbundling of television by unbundling itself” http://t.co/6ITyrD0fqt
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19 days ago
Are personas past their prime?
When I talk to design teams about user research, none of them has ever said that usability testing is a bad idea.
Some will tell me that they do not have the…
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20 days ago
The Best Movies to Stream on Netflix Before They Expire Next Week
Photos © TriStar Pictures, 20th Century Fox, MGM, and Warner Bros. Entertainment
Every month, Netflix adds dozens of new titles to its growing collection of…
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20 days ago
What Facebook doesn’t show you
George DiGuido: A Day in the Life of Your Facebook Feed http://t.co/JABa03LsmC via @washingtonpost http://t.co/e0FTJslHcb
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20 days ago
#DeadRaccoonTO honoured by Toronto with sidewalk vigil
CBC News Posted: Jul 10, 2015 2:36 AM ET Last Updated: Jul 10, 2015 6:56 AM ET
A dead raccoon dubbed Conrad on Twitter may be gone, but certainly won’t be…
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20 days ago
People In Toronto Created A Memorial To A Dead Raccoon After The City Forgot To Pick It Up
1. Just after 9 a.m. Thursday morning a good citizen of Toronto saw a dead raccoon on the sidewalk. He alerted the city’s contact centre to come get the animal.…
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20 days ago
Publishers Are Selling Out to Facebook | MIT Technology Review
Here are some key numbers for content licensors in digital media: Netflix will pay approximately $3 billion in licensing and production fees this year to the…
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21 days ago
Content blockers, bad ads, and what we're doing about it
By Rene Ritchie
Shortly after WWDC 2015 and the introduction of content blocker extensions for Safari, Dean Murphy put them to the test—using iMore as the…
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21 days ago
Why are the most important people in media reading The Awl?
"If in five years I’m just watching NFL-endorsed ESPN clips through a syndication deal with a messaging app, and Vice is just an age-skewed Viacom with better…
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21 days ago
July 8 2015 — Upworthy Editorial Vision
You are currently signed-in to SlideShare with your LinkedIn identity. Not you? Click here. Settings Your SlideShare is downloading. × You just clipped your…
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22 days ago
Trials and iterations: The Globe and Mail tries to balance reinvention and familiarity in its new app
There’s a predictable cycle that takes place whenever a media company — or, for that matter, any technology company — launches a significant redesign: shock,…
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22 days ago
UX Podcast
Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Interviews with Adrian Howard and Mike Beasley recorded at UXLx 2015. Adrian regularly teaches and speaks on integrating…
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22 days ago
Introducing Autotune, an open source management system for your charts, graphics, quizzes and other tools.
Today we’re announcing a new project we’ve been working on at Vox Media: Autotune. We built this application to address the problem of reusability in our work.…
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22 days ago
12 tiny UX elements that can make a difference
Little details can make a difference to the user experience, by making tasks easier for users or just by adding some fun to the process. Here I’ve compiled 12…
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22 days ago
The Science Behind What Content Goes Viral
July 06, 2015 Sarah Snow We all want our content to go viral. But virality is, by definition, not something that content creators can control. It is the action…
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23 days ago
A globalized world demands globalized investigative reporting; a new study outlines how to do it
Most media has traditionally been defined by geography — local newspapers and local broadcasters building up to national networks and national magazines. Before…
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23 days ago
Negotiating for News
Maria Mann: “Negotiating for News” by @jeffjarvis https://t.co/JuomjhMWvr
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23 days ago
YouTube star PewDiePie made $7 million in 2014
Last year around this time, word got out that Felix Kjellberg, a 24-year-old Swedish bro known online as PewDiePie, made $4 million a year by playing video…
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24 days ago
How screens make us feel
Victor Hernandez: "The real differences between paper and screens likely lie in the cultures we have built around them." http://t.co/PupAarz7u4
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24 days ago
Los Angeles Times has added a reporter to cover Black Twitter | Poynter.
by Kristen Hare Published July 6, 2015 12:53 pm Updated July 6, 2015 1:27 pm
Los Angeles Times Managing Editor S. Mitra Kalita announced in a memo to staff on…
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24 days ago
The reddit rebellion and the challenge of commercializing communities — Medium
The most recent reddit rebellion has quieted down but it’s not the end. Online communities have a history of rebellion spanning over 30 years (my former…
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24 days ago
15 Guiding Principles for UX Researchers
Siem Reap, Cambodia
IDF Community Manager
We’ve found that a lot of first time UX researchers have similar questions and concerns when they start working in UX…
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25 days ago
Ophan: Inside the Guardian’s data-driven newsroom
The Guardian newspaper has come a long way since its foundation in 1821. The U.K.-based publication was originally known as The Manchester Guardian, owing to…
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25 days ago
Too much linear thinking in news
Ken Doctor asks if there is a business model for news lurking in the midst of Apple, Twitter, Facebook et al. As all such pieces that begin this way, he…
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27 days ago
"I Thought It Couldn’t Get Worse": Reddit Moderators Are Fed Up
BuzzFeed Tech: “I Thought It Couldn’t Get Worse”: Reddit Moderators Are Fed Up http://t.co/XHqE26AggE via @cwarzel tip @Techmeme http://t.co/hGXht9lwkR
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27 days ago
What Is Zero UI? (And Why Is It Crucial To The Future Of Design?)
For better or worse, a large amount of design work these days is visual. That makes sense, since the most essential products we interact with have screens. But…
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28 days ago
Twitter Updates Audience Insights & Introduces Persona Targeting
Twitter today announced an update to its audience insights dashboard and introduced a streamlined way for advertisers to target demographic groups.
Launched in…
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28 days ago
Newsonomics: On end games and end times
Platish or perish?
With those malaprop-sounding fighting words a year ago, digital entrepreneur Jonathan Glick neatly, if broadly, summed up a question of the…
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28 days ago
Why 'mobile first' may already be outdated - Inside Intercom
VP of Product @Intercom. Before that Facebook and Google. I like making things. Author of Grouped http://amzn.to/w99TK1
What matters is screens, not devices.…
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28 days ago
inessential: Love
At the Cyclops the other night I was talking with fellow Mac and iOS developers. One person mentioned that a friend had acquired an iOS game — a good game…
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4 weeks ago
Years Of Pretending Netflix Cord Cutting Wasn't Real Is Biting The Cable Industry On The Ass
from the monsters-don’t-go-away-when-you-ignore-them dept If you didn’t know, Netflix is kind of huge. So huge, in fact, that some new analysis suggests that if…
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4 weeks ago
A Responsive Web Design Podcast — An interview with The Atlantic
Jun 29, 2015
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It’s important to recognize that it’s all part of a larger strategy and you’re not taking away from desktop by building up a good…
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4 weeks ago
How Millennials Get News
Insights, tools and research to advance journalism
Published 03/16/15 12:01 am
This research was conducted by the Media Insight Project — an initiative of the…
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4 weeks ago
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