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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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8 hours 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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2 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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3 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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3 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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3 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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4 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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4 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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7 days 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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8 days 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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8 days 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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9 days 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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10 days 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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10 days 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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11 days 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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11 days 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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11 days 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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11 days 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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16 days 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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17 days 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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17 days 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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18 days 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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19 days 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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19 days 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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19 days 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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20 days 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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21 days 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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21 days 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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22 days 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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23 days 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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23 days ago
Crazy iPhone rig shows how Chinese workers manipulate App Store rankings
Luke Dormehl (3:30 am PDT, Feb 5th)
Forget building a quality app; this is the way to score a hit in the App Store. Photo: Weibo
An app manipulation farm sounds…
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23 days ago
The newsonomics of mixing old and new
Each morning, 135,000 people get Wall Street Journal editor Gerry Baker’s The 10 Point, his one-year-old touts email on the best of the Journal that day. Around…
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24 days ago
Why We Remember So Many Things Wrong - The New Yorker
R. T. first heard about the Challenger explosion as she and her roommate sat watching television in their Emory University dorm room. A news flash came across…
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25 days ago
The new BBC News App – good or bad user experience?
28 Jan
Last Wednesday saw the launch of the new BBC News App for mobile devices and tablets. The BBC promised it will be a “great experience”, however the…
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25 days ago
How Much Is My Browsing Worth to You? A River of Nickels | Mediashift | PBS
Mark Glaser: How much revenue is your random news browsing creating for publishers? http://t.co/zXJwBkbuko
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25 days ago
Guardian digital chief: Killing off comments 'a monumental mistake'
Journalism.co.uk: Guardian digital chief: Killing off comments ‘a monumental mistake’ http://t.co/9QfwoLtd5F #journalism #newsrw
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26 days ago
Report: Mobile Users Spend 80 Percent Of Time In Just Five Apps
According to a recent survey based report from Forrester Research, US and UK smartphone owners “use an average of 24 apps per month but spend more than 80…
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27 days ago
Can Facebook Bring Beacons To The Mainstream? – GeoMarketing
Indoors at Veselka
Jason Birchard, who runs East Village pierogi institution Veselka with his family, had never heard of beacons until a Facebook social media…
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27 days ago
Google’s Secret Study To Find Out Our Needs — Backchannel — Medium
Google search really isn’t threatened by competition from other search engines. But the people on the search team constantly worry that they may be falling…
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27 days ago
Holy Shit, I Interviewed the President
Heather Bryant: "There is nothing actually legitimate about Fox News (or MSNBC for that matter) and young people know..." http://t.co/Hw3vVX6n3l
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28 days ago
Nicco Mele
Cartoonist Matias Martinez martinez.m.matias@gmail.com
“Traditional cultural authorities are fading….At the same time we can’t fetishize technology and say ‘to…
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28 days ago
3 Things that Will Change Experience Design in 2015 | UX Magazine
If 2014 was dubbed the “year of the customer” then 2015 is surely the “year of experience.” Here are three key trends that will reshape the corporate landscape…
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4 weeks ago
Is Snapchat Really Confusing, or Am I Just Old?
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There is no excuse, at this point, for a professional technology writer to be confused by Snapchat. It has something like 200 million active…
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4 weeks ago
Stop Chasing Clicks: Metrics Should Support a Strategy, Not Be a Strategy | Mediashift | PBS
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Mediatwits #145: Super Streaming Bowl Goes Online…
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4 weeks ago
What newspapers should know about beacons
Beacons are sending a message loud and clear: They have the power to transform the mobile app experience.
Beacon technology enables publishers to actively and…
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4 weeks ago
At the Speed of Right — Medium
We set a rather audacious goal at Breaking News to solve a hard problem, and it’s best explained with an example.
Let’s say you just traveled to a foreign…
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4 weeks ago
Why Airbnb's New Head of Design Believes 'Design-Led' Companies Don't Work | WIRED
Airbnb headquarters in San Francisco. Emily Hagopian
The gospel in the Valley these days is startups must be “design-led.” Sure, your founders have to be…
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4 weeks ago
Introducing Place Tips in News Feed | Facebook Newsroom
January 29, 2015
By Mike LeBeau, Product Manager
From friends’ recommendations to information about the places and things that interest you, Facebook helps you…
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4 weeks ago
Emily Bell: Google, Facebook and Twitter 'taking over mainstream media' - Media news - Media Week
We use cookies to give you the best browsing experience and to provide you with relevant content and advertising.By continuing to use our website you are…
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4 weeks ago
Future of News: News v Noise
In this digital age where information inequality is growing, the news industry is having to rethink the way it will keep everyone informed.
By the BBC’s…
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4 weeks ago
Using Smartphones and Apps to Enhance Loyalty Programs
Nearly as long as there have been coffee shops and carwashes, all manner of businesses have handed out buy-10-get-one-free punch cards and hoped to reap the…
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4 weeks ago
Key principles behind the new Guardian website
A brand new version of theguardian.com launches today. Wolfgang Blau, director of digital strategy, and creative director Alex Breuer explain the developmental…
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4 weeks ago
Seven insane ways tech will change news
The BBC, like many media organisations, is having a major head-scratching session about the whole future of news.
As part of this exercise, I’ve been asked to…
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4 weeks ago
3 Rules Of App Design, According To Yahoo's Marissa Mayer
A new book about embattled Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer reveals her three rules of great app design. Written by Nicholas Carlson, Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save…
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4 weeks ago
Product Managers: 5 ways you can make an engineer's job easier - MindTheProduct
Bringing the pizza… and lots of other things, to make your engineers lives easier
As a Product Manager, demands are placed on you from many different areas –…
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4 weeks ago
Financial Times increases advertising, audience revenue using “customer DNA”
Raju Narisetti: One of the least quantified benefits to newspapers from paywalls--rich audience data for the 1st time: @FT case study http://t.co/mQfhEdT72E
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4 weeks ago
StrongLoop | How to Test an API with Node.js
Daniel Hudson: How to test an API with #nodejs http://t.co/Q0PhbzKU48 @StrongLoop #APIs
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4 weeks ago
There’s Not an App for That: Mobile User Experience Design for Life
By Simon Robinson, Gary Marsden, and Matt Jones
Published: January 19, 2015
This is a sample chapter from the new book There’s Not an App for That: Mobile User…
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5 weeks ago
5 UX KPIs You Need To Track
We love to measure things. It is our way to understand how good or bad something is. Although numbers don’t tell the whole story, they help evaluate the…
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5 weeks ago
A Massive Social Experiment On You Is Under Way, And You Will Love It
David Ho: Wearables, Behavior Nudges & A Massive Social Experiment On You http://t.co/VWL2p2Syjf via @forbes
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5 weeks ago
Big Data and mobile analytics: Ready to rule 2015
2014 was a big year for big data, a term that gradually gained momentum to become one of the most talked-about subjects in the tech world. With 2015 fast…
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5 weeks ago
Why we turned off our comment boards today — Medium
We’re turning off our comment boards.
Not permanently, probably. But Internet comment boards are often nasty, vitriolic places, and ours are no exception.
The…
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5 weeks ago
Vice Uses Virtual Reality to Immerse Viewers in News
A young woman stands in the middle of a crowd of protesters marching up a New York City street, shouting that she is fed up with police brutality, fed up with…
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5 weeks ago
The evolution of the UK mobile editor - Digiday
In five shorts years mobile readership has grown from below 20 percent of the U.K. total digital publishing audience to nearly 50 percent for many publishers…
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5 weeks ago
How To Have Users Spread Your Innovation Like Wildfire - Smashing Magazine
As members of design teams, we want as many people as possible to use what we create. This is true whether we are designing a specialized medical device for a…
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5 weeks ago
Laura Amico takes us under the hood of Chasing Bayla, an immersive story from The Boston Globe | Storybench
Credit: The Boston Globe.
Laura Amico is editor of data and multimedia projects at The Boston Globe. In the newsroom she sits between graphics, photos, video,…
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5 weeks ago
16 Things | Andreessen Horowitz
NiallHarbison: 16 trends explained by @pmarca @BenedictEvans and co. Superb piece of content http://t.co/pLGgV2nCp7 everyone should bookmark
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5 weeks ago
The states with the most iPhone users will surprise you
Rob LeFebvre (11:11 am PDT, Jan 22nd)
How many iPhone users are in your state? Photo: Jim Merithew
Do you think your state has a lot of iPhone users? You might…
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5 weeks ago
Bigger than Hollywood
Christopher Mims: The app economy is now bigger than Hollywood http://t.co/csSSLwhf8r http://t.co/vCU2zPU2C2
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5 weeks ago
Why We Banished the Hamburger Menu
When we started working on a new chat feature for Redbooth’s iPhone app, our Product & Design team had some ulterior motives. Yes, we were excited about giving…
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5 weeks ago
‘Fix Mobile Usability Issues’ – Does Google’s Latest Mass Warning Mean Big Algorithm Changes Are Coming?
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Ryan Ogilvie (Google+)
Senior inbound marketing manager
Over the past few days, Google has started to send out…
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5 weeks ago
BBC News app revamp rolled out
Borja Echevarría: BBC News app revamp offers personalised coverage http://t.co/OGd8NrGiAs
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5 weeks ago
Designing for Different Online Personality Types | UX Magazine
In my work as a web psychologist, I’m exposed to many different types of user behavior and online decision-making processes. Although each person is different…
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5 weeks ago
Scripps, Gannett Ready For Apple Watch | NetNewsCheck.com
Mum’s the word among most media companies as to their plans – if any – to provide iterations of their news products for the forthcoming Apple Watch. But with…
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5 weeks ago
AdRoll Shares Tips for Mobile Advertising
NAA: .@AdRoll shares tips for newspapers to successfully plan and execute mobile web campaigns: http://t.co/HshstplvOJ http://t.co/CmONkCjQDx
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5 weeks ago
Is DevOps Driving the Future of UX Design?
Courtesy of Electric Cloud
Alan Cooper, the Father of Visual Basic, had the full attention of the entire class during his “Design Leadership” workshop. In the…
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5 weeks ago
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