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The Great Big Twitter Purge (You Probably Haven’t Heard About)
Kate Gardiner: The Great Big Twitter Purge (You Probably Haven’t Heard About) http://t.co/kJo5cwKjpe
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19 hours ago
How Vox Media slashed its webpage load time in half - Digiday
Journalism.co.uk: How Vox has managed to cut its sites’ average page load time to around 11.5 seconds: http://t.co/5uEM9F7nAK via @Digiday
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yesterday
Why publishers should care about article tagging
Journalism Tools: How can publishers make tags work harder for them? by @abigailedge Now with link => http://t.co/zQ7VsMriuG http://t.co/4LIErTDhUm
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yesterday
Google Debuts New In-App Interstitial Designs For App Install And Text Ads
Marketing Land: Google Debuts New In-App Interstitial Designs For App Install And Text Ads by @ginnymarvin http://t.co/8NG7eJpee7
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yesterday
Miami Herald grows audiences with growing number of niche smartphone apps
In 1999, The Miami Herald released its first smartphone app. Sixteen years and 10 in-house apps later, the news media company uses the apps — most of which are…
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2 days ago
Yahoo to devs: Forget the browser; mobile is all about apps | ZDNet
During its annual Mobile Developer Conference in New York City on Wednesday, Yahoo is touting the importance of mobile apps over browsers and providing several…
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2 days ago
What mobile ad blocking looks like in the real world
The next version of iOS comes with a major new feature called ‘content blockers’ which will allow users to install apps that block trackers, advertisements and…
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3 days ago
A New Business For Newspapers
Journalism.co.uk: A New Business For Newspapers by @jspector – "Nobody cares who 'breaks' news" https://t.co/7do7FSWQc5
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4 days ago
Hackers steal Gmail credentials by hijacking Samsung smart fridge
James Walker: Hackers can steal Gmail credentials by hijacking a Samsung smart fridge

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4 days ago
A Responsive Web Design Podcast — An interview with The Specialest of Very Special Episodes
Aug 24, 2015
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If you can solve your problem responsively, then start there. That’s going to be the easiest, most flexible, most future-friendly way…
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5 days ago
How The New York Times gets a 70 percent open rate on its newsletters - Digiday
The New York Times has caught the newsletter fever. In the past year, it has launched a dozen of them — it now has a total of 33.
But with everyone seemingly…
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5 days ago
UX is Dead – Long Live Design Ergonomics
It’s nearly ten years ago, since I joined a motley crew of academics, recruitment professionals and designers, to tackle the thorny question of defining the…
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5 days ago
Publishers Attract More Mobile Readers Than Ads
Raju Narisetti: Mind The (Mobile) Gap: a big disconnect between mobile news audiences & mobile ad revenue http://t.co/NMgcFRxrNH @wsj http://t.co/rdCuCvdDgf
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5 days ago
Crystal Benchmarks
2 months ago I wrote about what I accomplished in an hour with Safari Content Blocker. What started off as a one page experiment has since evolved into a full…
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6 days ago
How do we improve online news design to help readers better understand stories?
In July, I shared preliminary results of a study on how readers perceive and learn from online news stories. The upshot: Better-designed stories are better for…
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7 days ago
Infographic: How Mobile Use Varies Across Generations
Texting has overtaken calling as the most popular mobile function across all generations. Photo: Leland Bobbe
While mobile usage increases from generation to…
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11 days ago
The Washington Post leads the way in mobile apps innovation - World News Publishing Focus by WAN-IFRA
Beizer launched The Post’s first iPad app and has worked on every mobile product the company has developed since. She is currently leading the initiative to…
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11 days ago
5 Methods For Innovation You Should Try with Your Team | UX Magazine
UX Magazine: "True to the #Bauhaus style, we decided that everybody could share their favorite working methods"—@annsofie_ruf - http://t.co/thbRKsNXjS
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11 days ago
The ethics of autoplay video on Facebook: To play or not to play?
Despite its critics, autoplay video is fast becoming ubiquitous across social networks.
Twitter recently announced that all native videos, GIFs and Vines…
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11 days ago
Why advertising can't quit Flash - Digiday
The Flash zombie will not die.
It’s been half a decade since Steve Jobs penned an open letter explaining why Apple’s mobile devices didn’t support the…
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12 days ago
Newsonomics: Why native apps still matter in the Age of Distribution
Does a brand still mean anything in news?
Ezra Klein bubbled up a provocative question and raised some good points in his recent piece “Is the media becoming a…
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12 days ago
What is User Experience?
More and more companies are learning that in order to stay competitive, they need to be investing in user experience, but they don’t necessarily know what it…
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12 days ago
Designing Interfaces with a Focus on Animation
There are so many different topics to cover under the umbrella term of interface design. Both web and mobile designers are professionals at balancing between…
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12 days ago
Donald Trump and the Battle for the Republican Party
Chris Amico: Donald Trump and the Battle for the Republican Party http://t.co/8wIec2U9CM via @instapaper
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13 days ago
May I Have Your Attention, Please? — Life Learning — Medium
The currency of the media business is attention. Those who have it have been granted your permission to speak to you, entertain you, inspire you, inform you or…
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13 days ago
The Hamburger Menu Doesn't Work - Deep Design
This is a hamburger menu: It’s called a “hamburger” because it it looks roughly like a bun-meat-bun sandwich.
(Others have insisted that it looks much more like…
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14 days ago
Breaking News' Cory Bergman: Publishers are slow to mobile
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The shift from the desktop era to mobile is perhaps as great as the one from offline to the Internet, many believe. And still, after…
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15 days ago
How the Local Media Consortium Is Leveraging Its Relationship With Google for Higher CPMs | Street Fight
Aiming to turn “digital dimes” back into the dollars that used to pour into their newspapers and television stations from ads, locally focused media companies…
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15 days ago
UX is UI
Mykle Brossette: To confuse the subject. In Human Factors the UI can have nothing to do w/ technology. It's the entirety of a product https://t.co/BUCgE4dX5V
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16 days ago
reployapp
We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. Loading…
Manages updates to React Native apps
Updated Aug 12, 2015
Reploy CLI for…
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16 days ago
Why there is no mobile customer
Customers are using a variety of digital products for different purposes throughout a single day. As a result, media publishing companies need to serve the…
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16 days ago
How GQ cut its webpage load time by 80 percent - Digiday
It used to be that publishers measured their success in audience size. Now, with the rise of reading on mobile devices, it’s page load time that they’re crowing…
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17 days ago
Facebook is making an app that will send breaking news alerts to your phone
Facebook continues to carve out a space in the news game, and now the company is building a mobile app that will send breaking news alerts straight to your…
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17 days ago
Facebook Introduces Auto-Play Video Ads to Its Mobile Ad Network
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17 days ago
The ethics of modern web ad-blocking – Marco.org
Jonathan Abrams: “the reports of quite how much Ghostery is blocking on most pages is shocking and disgusting” http://t.co/rjC9o3M2TR
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17 days ago
Building the Next New York Times Recommendation Engine
Alastair Coote: Interesting tech dive on the newly revamped NYT recommendation engine: http://t.co/t1dubysHxX
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17 days ago
4 Must-Know Points in UX History - UX Motel
When you think of buying a new product, whether it is a new car, mobile phone, or even a new sofa, you will probably find yourself thinking about different…
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17 days ago
May I Have Your Attention, Please? — Medium
The currency of the media business is attention. Those who have it have been granted your permission to speak to you, entertain you, inspire you, inform you or…
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17 days ago
The digital ad business is broken, says former Forbes.com CEO
“The onion is slowly and surely getting peeled back.”
Jim Spanfeller isn’t talking about how he’s making onion soup, although he does run The Daily Meal, a…
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17 days ago
https://www.tamu.edu/faculty/stevesmith/SmithCreativity/Jansson&Smith1991.pdf
Luke Wroblewski: Design fixation research shows that looking at previous designs/solutions new limits ideas. https://t.co/0N66qsUeOy

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18 days ago
Applied UX Strategy, Part 3: Platform Thinking
By Yury Vetrov
Published: August 10, 2015
In Part 1 of my series on applied UX strategy, I defined a framework and a profile for product designers. We need both…
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18 days ago
Push it: A look behind the scenes of a New York Times mobile alert
Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of stories on how news organizations manage their mobile news alerts. Check in each day this week to see how The…
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19 days ago
Clippa- Mini tools clip | What is New | Animi Causa Boutique
Screw drivers, wrench, trolley coin, ruler & cutting edge, all combined in this tiny hair clip.A multi functional hair clip that doubles as a toolbox on the…
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19 days ago
Top 10 User Experience Design Blogs
User experience is an industry that is constantly evolving. Whether you’re a new practitioner or a seasoned veteran it’s important stay up-to-date on the latest…
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20 days ago
Trial and Error: U.S. Newspapers' Digital Struggles toward Inferiority
Mindy McAdams: "Trial and Error: U.S. Newspapers' Digital Struggles toward Inferiority" - free book download at http://t.co/gMVZloZ6gh #aejmc15
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20 days ago
Newsonomics: 10 numbers on The New York Times’ 1 million digital-subscriber milestone
If, half a decade ago, you’d been able to put money down in Vegas on The New York Times’ chances of reaching 1 million digital subscribers by 2015, what kind of…
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22 days ago
How these graduates feel about their work and the state of journalism - American Press Institute
Insights, tools and research to advance journalism
Published 08/06/15 11:00 am
One question virtually everyone in media hears at one point or another is whether…
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22 days ago
Making Netflix.com Faster
by Kristofer Baxter
Simply put, performance matters. We know members want to immediately start browsing or watching their favorite content and have found that…
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23 days ago
Publishers latest mobile-engagement trick: the truncated article page
Attracting mobile readers these days is easy, but good luck holding onto them.
As sidedoor visits continue to dominate publishers’ traffic, many are coming up…
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23 days ago
What We Learned From A Week Of Prototyping A Newsletter In Public
Andy Donohue: This from @millie is the smartest stuff I've seen on how to build news products people love.
http://t.co/j4HRkX18tF
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23 days ago
NewsPix: A tool for engaging readers of news, simply — 3 to read
Matt Carroll: Check it out: NewsPix, free tool from MIT Media Lab for engaging news readers, simply http://t.co/ZYrYdJhkea #media #journalism
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23 days ago
Introducing Aufbau - Features - Source: An OpenNews project
Michael Keller: icymi, we made a desktop app that’s kinda like an iframe for your newsroom web tools. https://t.co/QdKCekrRM8 http://t.co/9u3a0kBOEf
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23 days ago
Eventbrite - Going Away for Grey @ Centro - 5pm WED AUG 12
Page Content Going Away for Grey @ Centro - 5pm WED AUG 12 live Raleigh, NC | Centro Monday, August 3, 2015 at 3:46 PM | Tuesday, August 11, 2015 at 5:00 PM…
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24 days ago
The Time Traveling Designer — Medium
This is a follow-on post from a piece called “The Time Travelling Designer and other stories of Agile Design” I wrote on the Made by Many blog back in 2013.
The…
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24 days ago
Press Publish 11: Cory Haik on how The Washington Post is rethinking its strategy for mobile
It’s Episode 11 of Press Publish, the Nieman Lab podcast!
Hey, did you not know we have a podcast? That’s fair — Press Publish debuted back in January 2013 and,…
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24 days ago
The Wall Street Journal is targeting its loyal subscribers with its new news digest mobile app
The What’s News app, named after the front-page column of news briefs well known to regular Journal readers, will launch later this summer to subscribers and…
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24 days ago
New York Times Plans to Make Its Mobile Ads More Native, Less Interruptive
“Mobile advertising as a whole is just fairly crappy,” said Sebastian Tomich, The New York Times senior VP of advertising and innovation.
Mr. Tomich isn’t…
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24 days ago
The Perception of Control
Every day, at the street by my house, I press the “walk” button, and I wait. Each time, as soon as the traffic cycle is complete, I get the walk signal. On a…
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24 days ago
How Radio Explains America
Ben Swasey: Cool post. NPR and sports stations are big in Boston radio: http://t.co/0cGeq3g0XK http://t.co/otoWTBXZJU
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24 days ago
A new mobile ad report shows that while you probably start your day with social, news app users are loyal
When you wake up in the morning, what’s the first app you open? Is it a social media app? If so, you’re in good company.
According to the latest quarterly State…
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29 days ago
Mutually Assured Content
In 2015, the illusion of audience ownership is becoming harder to sustain.
Is the media, as it gets ready to supply its product directly to social networks,…
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29 days ago
Big Data Knows You Like Losers
Most of the data captured about our everyday transactions isn’t very exciting. Take frequent shopper cards. When I visit the Ralphs supermarket website, it…
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4 weeks ago
The Ad Contrarian: What If Targeting Doesn't Work?
As regular readers know, I have a basement full of oddball ideas about advertising. One of them is that “media science” may be a lot of hooey. What if all the…
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4 weeks ago
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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4 weeks ago
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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4 weeks ago
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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4 weeks ago
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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4 weeks ago
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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4 weeks 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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4 weeks 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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4 weeks 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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4 weeks 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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4 weeks 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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4 weeks 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 weeks ago
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