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The Terms of Engagement
Jay Rosen: Whereof one does not know what the hell is going on... one should remain silent. http://t.co/o1tXsDaX4M And link! http://t.co/7U2YJQiKp5
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2 days ago
The New York Times can't abandon print--yet
Everyone in the news business feels a sense of urgency these days, as well they should.
But there’s urgency, and then there’s panic. The Times’ innovation…
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4 days ago
David Kelley
CEO, Ideo David Kelley is Founder and CEO of Palo Alto-based IDEO Product Development. He is also a tenured professor at Stanford University's Product Design…
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4 days ago
The Battle Is For The Customer Interface
Tom Goodwin: My quote has gone viral but is being stolen by others. Read the original piece here http://t.co/7jrNn8XHcN http://t.co/aO2dO25T55
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4 days ago
The Curious (and Vital) Power of Print - NYTimes.com
Wolfgang Blau: Median age of NYT Digital subscribers: 54 years. Median age of NYT Print subscribers: 60 years. http://t.co/DcHlxwm9rD
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5 days ago
Navigating the Mobile Hamburger Menu: Age Matters - Catalyst Group
John Maeda: Research by Lauren Foust + Jen Zhao on legibility of the hamburger menu: http://t.co/23IhnnPtKo via @JamieSkella http://t.co/Uqt0Sl3zyx
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5 days ago
18 Best User Experience (UX) and Wireframing Tools
A wireframe tool is programming that individuals can use to draft the interfaces of sites, programming and mobile applications. Wireframing tools are utilized…
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5 days ago
How to Build a Great First-Time User Experience by Learning From Buffer
It seems like the Buffer team had this sentence hanging on a wall somewhere in the office when they were building their user interfaces.
It also neatly…
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6 days ago
Multivariate testing: Learning what works from your users at scale | NPR Visuals
Dan Nguyen: Another great writeup from @nprviz: how to incorporate multivariate testing in news production
http://t.co/44MPdGEXsT
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6 days ago
Naming this blog “ready-to-hand”: Heidegger, Husserl, folk psychology, and HCI | Ready-to-hand
23 Jul 2008
Posted by Dean Eckles in academia, design, embodied interaction, HCI, intentionality, phenomenology, philosophy, psychology, situated action, social…
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6 days ago
Ready-at-hand and Present-at-hand – Blog – BERG
I find that, picking up one of the rubber phone props, the texture arrests me somewhat and I’m suddenly conscious of the physical object in my hand. Instead of…
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6 days ago
Google Fiber May Have Created a Game-Changer: Real Measurement of TV Ad Views
Google is testing the ability to measure how many TVs actually showed an ad. Photo: Google Fiber
Want to know exactly how many people saw your ad on TV? Want…
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6 days ago
New York Times Shifting Resources from 'Every Division' to Mobile
NYT Now is The New York Times’ lower-priced subscription app. For $7.99 every four weeks, users are given access to certain Times articles that NYT Now editors…
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6 days ago
Create gorgeous images for your App Store page in minutes.
Smashing Magazine: A little App Store screenshot builder to create images for App Store pages quickly. https://t.co/9lymQ42Vlz
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7 days ago
The Problem with Journalism and the Internet, in One Quote
Jonah Peretti: I think there’s an interesting tension between what’s good for the user and what’s good for the industry. That was really created by Google. Say…
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7 days ago
Video Feature: Design Gains Importance as Devices Get More Personal - NYTimes.com
John Maeda: "The world of tech products gets more complicated all the time." —@blumenfeld http://t.co/qlWRz1iCeI #DesignInTech http://t.co/FPfjq5nJfO
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8 days ago
The Cost of Paying Attention
A FEW years ago, in a supermarket, I swiped my bank card to pay for groceries. I watched the little screen, waiting for its prompts. During the intervals…
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8 days ago
Ubiquitous Computing
Ubiquitous computing names the third wave in computing, just now beginning. First were mainframes, each shared by lots of people. Now we are in the personal…
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9 days ago
Watchup app woos millennials with custom-curated news streaming
TV news has a problem with younger viewers: It doesn’t have enough of them.
It’s why some outlets have signed on with tech entrepreneur Adriano Farano, who is…
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10 days ago
The Future Of Mobile May Not Look Like Apps
The Web as we know it is about to fundamentally change, according to one its luminaries.
WordPress may power nearly a quarter of all websites, but Drupal is no…
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12 days ago
What UX Can Learn from Print
During the 2014 World Cup, the UK-based Club Penguin magazine released a themed issue featuring codes for unlockable in-game soccer gear, sports-related…
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13 days ago
Fear of failure and lack of speed in a large corporation
I just spent a day working with Bob, the Chief Innovation Officer of a very smart large company I’ll call Acme Widgets.
Bob summarized Acme’s impediments to…
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14 days ago
When news meets technology: algorithms or human editors?
When news meets tech: algorithms or human editors? | Media news When news meets tech: algorithms or human editors? Circa, Blendle and News360 all strike a…
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15 days ago
Nielsen Study Shows What's On Mobile Users' Minds
Native ads on mobile sites receive twice as much “visual focus” from consumers compared to banners on mobile devices, according to a new…
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15 days ago
After the archive came down: The New Yorker’s revamped paywall is driving new readers and subscribers
The trick to turning readers into a group of frothing hoarders: Tell them they can dive into The New Yorker’s archive and leave with as many stories as their…
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15 days ago
Scientific proof that no one pays attention to banner ads
Women Being Awesome by Danielle Marshak · 898 Followers Trove is a news app that lets you follow topics you care about. Each topic (or “trove”) has a curator…
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15 days ago
Deconstructing Fidelity | UX Magazine
Fidelity is the degree of exactness to which a model reproduces the real thing. How much fidelity is enough? The greater the fidelity, the more likely it is…
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16 days ago
4 Mobile Innovations That Are Hastening the Decline of Desktops
The average person consults his or her smartphone 150 times per day. Illustration: Màgoz
Earlier this winter I joined several hundred investors at Helsinki’s…
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16 days ago
ai2html
Archie Tse: We're open sourcing ai2html, our utility for converting Adobe Illustrator docs into html. http://t.co/outOcBcMic http://t.co/OFLzMVMAqS
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19 days ago
Disney Worldwide Services - Job details
Job details Job 1 of 1 Job Posting Title Product Development Internship - ESPN - Summer 2015 Job Description Company Overview:The Walt Disney Company is a…
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21 days ago
Local News in a Digital Age
Numbers, Facts and Trends Shaping Your World
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By Pew Research Center’s Journalism Project Staff
Whether in a tech-savvy metropolis or…
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21 days ago
A Brief History Of User Experience Design
Think about the last time you ate at a restaurant. What cuisine did it serve?
What made you to choose that particular restaurant? What was your first impression…
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21 days ago
News Deeply
We Create Platforms.
News Deeply is a new media and technology firm dedicated to innovating and improving the user experience of complex global issues. Our team…
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22 days ago
NEXTREQUEST
NextRequest is a hosted version of RecordTracLearn More
Coordinate easily between multiple staff members across departments to quickly fulfill requests. Status…
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22 days ago
The History Project
Bring together the moments and media that matter. The e-mail of your first date. The music from your first mixtape. The videos of her first steps. THP lets you…
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22 days ago
Personal Heroes |
We all have heroes. They are not necessarily famous, nor rich, nor big. But they are powerful: because they can change our days through even small acts. From…
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22 days ago
Curious Nation
What happens when journalists invite the public to set their agenda and report alongside them. Curious Nation was created by Jennifer Brandel in partnership…
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22 days ago
Local Media Companies Now Need a Digital Business to Survive
Within local media circles, the dominance of digital is often publicly professed but privately qualified. The traditional businesses — print, radio and TV —…
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22 days ago
Publishers see finite rewards from infinite scroll
Publishers are in a battle for people’s time and attention. And one of the more popular weapons in their arsenal is the infinite, or endless, scroll. Made…
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22 days ago
myBBC: Transforming the BBC to make it personal
Victor Hernandez: With more personalization features, BBC news 'invites' users to sign in across platforms http://t.co/PbBAxPywo6
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23 days ago
frog
Collection No 1
Jon Freach
Sometime around 1996 I found myself standing in the upstairs library of a drafty, suburban Chicago Victorian owned by a mentor,…
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23 days ago
Study shows the value of copy editing - American Press Institute
Insights, tools and research to advance journalism
Published 03/03/15 6:00 am
Updated 03/03/15 9:43 am
Contibuting writer; Director of the Engaging News Project…
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23 days ago
UIST 2015: 28th ACM UIST Symposium
The ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) is the premier forum for innovations in human-computer interfaces. Sponsored by ACM special…
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25 days ago
Consumer-aware, context-aware
Responsive design doesn’t address the consumer’s needs. It solves the needs of the device.
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27 days ago
In the “web vs. apps” debate for online publishers, apps are on a run
One question that’s been asked a lot since Jeff Bezos bought The Washington Post is how involved he is in the newspaper’s evolution. Bezos hasn’t spoken in much…
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28 days ago
Billy Penn Is Brady’s Biggest Digital Bet | NetNewsCheck.com
ATLANTA — Nobody can accuse Jim Brady of not putting his money where is mouth is. Literally, now.
Brady, whose last major gig was as editor in chief of Digital…
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28 days ago
What The Hell Are We Doing With Apps?
Millie Tran: What the hell is Buzzfeed doing with apps? “We don’t see it as ‘unbundling’ as much as focusing.” http://t.co/TyHRjk4LK2
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29 days ago
A Common Design Taxonomy
As central as design is to user experience, its definition has largely been subjective. Ask 100 well-read professionals what the meaning of design is and you’ll…
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29 days ago
It’s Time To Give /r/NBA The Respect It Deserves
Here’s the dirty little secret about most news nowadays: If you saw it on television, or in the newspaper, or on the Huffington Post, or on someone’s Facebook…
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29 days ago
unless your site is about one thing, it's about everything
Patrick Beeson: Unless Your Site Is About One Thing, It's About Everything – via @NYTNow http://t.co/8ZUJCcmzuR
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4 weeks ago
Four Different Perspectives on User Personas
Siem Reap, Cambodia
IDF Community Manager
There are a plethora of awesome tools that you can use in UX design projects but by far the most popular and one of…
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4 weeks ago
How to test the usability of prototypes like a pro
Usability isn’t something you just can cook up in any one phase of design, but must be developed and refined throughout the entire process. If you want the best…
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4 weeks ago
On the Pricing of Apple Watch
After the gala announcement event in September at which Apple introduced Apple Watch and whatever last year’s iPhone was, I ran into SlashGear editor-in-chief…
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4 weeks ago
LukeW | Mobile Design Details: Just In Time Education
by Luke Wroblewski September 8, 2013
Without clear affordances, touch-based interactions are invisible to the human eye -we don’t know what’s possible. To…
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5 weeks ago
Six Myths about Data-Driven Design | UX Magazine
There is a lot of buzz about data-driven design, but very little agreement about what data-driven design really means. Even deciding how to define data is…
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5 weeks ago
Joseph Clancy to head Secret Service full time
President Obama has chosen Joseph Clancy, interim head of the Secret Service and a longtime veteran of the agency, to run it full time, a senior administration…
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5 weeks ago
Facebook Says Advertisers Should Only Pay For Ads That Actually Get Seen
Here’s a crazy idea: Online ads are only worthwhile if they’re actually seen by human eyes.
Actually, that might seem pretty obvious, but even though there have…
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5 weeks ago
NY Times Is Considering Giving Away News Digest App for Free, CEO Says
Chris Boutet: .@NYTimes is considering giving away its @NYTNow app for free, CEO says http://t.co/Zm7NmvXKWG via @DelRey
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5 weeks ago
Expanding the Impact of Matter.
Everything big, started small. Today, our small start-up accelerator got a little bigger.
I am thrilled to announce that Matter is partnering with four new…
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5 weeks ago
Sheetsee.js
Christian Heilmann: Sheetsee.js a cient-side library for connecting Google Spreadsheets to a website and visualizing the information http://t.co/mCTnFBzDqu
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5 weeks ago
How involved has Jeff Bezos been at The Washington Post? Here’s one data point
One question that’s been asked a lot since Jeff Bezos bought The Washington Post is how involved he is in the newspaper’s evolution. Bezos hasn’t spoken in much…
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6 weeks ago
How Usability Testing Drastically Improved My Client's App - Smashing Magazine
Most designers spend too much time with their designs to be objective about them. The best thing any designer can do is to collect feedback from real users.…
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6 weeks ago
Mobile on the Move: How the News Travels and Where It’s Headed
Community News for the Digital Age
The Wall Street Journal’s mobile and emerging technology editor, David Ho, likes to start industry conference talks by asking…
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6 weeks ago
Newspapers Must Benchmark Against Facebook, SnapChat | NetNewsCheck.com
Newspapers are locked in a self-referential loop, disengaged from market research and hell bent on optimizing their existing businesses rather than building new…
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6 weeks ago
Report: US Smartphone Penetration Now At 75 Percent
Nearly 75 percent (74.9 percent) of mobile subscribers in the US now own smartphones. In December 2013, US smartphone penetration was 65.2 percent. By December…
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6 weeks ago
Why For the Win ditched Twitter buttons on mobile
For The Win (FTW) found it more effective to drop the Twitter share button from its mobile stories in favor of an Just about SMS share button.
Almost any social…
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6 weeks ago
App Developers, Publishers Move to the Next Level
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Mobile app penetration is high in the US. Nearly 93% of US smartphone users and over 90% of tablet users will install at least…
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6 weeks ago
Looking for fresh content from The Daily during the day? You’ll have to hunt for it | Poynter.
by Damon Kiesow Published Feb. 7, 2011 11:55 am Updated Nov. 24, 2014 4:24 pm
Users who open The Daily several times a day frequently see this message.
I have…
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6 weeks ago
64 Ways To Think About a News Homepage
Adam Schweigert: Maybe homepages aren't dead. Maybe you're just thinking about them the wrong way. @mkramer and friends explain: http://t.co/qgtHFaOWcr
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6 weeks ago
Killer user onboarding starts with a story - Inside Intercom
User Onboarding champion at @UserOnboard / http://UserOnboard.com
Want more people to adopt your product? Make sure you know what progress looks like in your…
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6 weeks ago
Buzzfeed and What News Isn't
Dorian Benkoil: "Is your media organization just a company—a company that happens to be in the journalism business, but..." http://t.co/98WHb5I6MI
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6 weeks ago
The Next Internet Is TV
Alexis Lloyd: Previous from this phenomenal piece on media future by John Herman. http://t.co/btnaIzF7hY
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7 weeks ago
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