Our web users are important. YOU are my web user, therefore, you are very important to me. If I don’t take your opinions, skill level, and behaviors into account when building a web site, why in the world did I build it?
At SXSWi 2014, one of the best sessions I attended was about changing user behavior with persuasive design. Here are some highlights from that session. Continue reading
Recently I read an article on the Nielsen Norman Group website by Janelle Estes entitled Cross-Channel Usability: Creating a Consistent User Experience. This article talks about designing a user experience across all channels of a business, which includes Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about UX’s role in the health industry lately. Medical staff must log patient details into legacy computer systems (and sometimes multiple computer systems) as part of their daily routine. Better technology solutions are needed to create efficiency for our health providers so that they can more easily focus on their patients. I feel the health industry deserves some good ole UX attention right now. Continue reading
Put your hands in the air and wave them around like you just don’t care because the Move Your Tale website is finally done! Continue reading
Maybe you’ve heard of that little two-letter buzzword, UX. Why do web designers talk about it so much? Why is it so daggum important?
Apologies for the delay. I have accumulated many projects, all of which are not UX related (but still eat up all my spare time, ugh). So, I’ll just have to create a UX project for myself. Continue reading
Alright my babies, are you ready to see the next prototype for Move Your Tale?
(I’m now going to pull one of those incredibly annoying reality TV tactics where they are just about to tell you who was kicked off the show this week…and…DUN DUN DUN! Commercial! Continue reading
With the changes I made from the paper prototyping phase, I’m now ready to create a high-fidelity prototype. Since this project is relatively small, and the paper prototyping phase had such few changes, I’m going to move into coding the website for my high fidelity prototype. That way, I can test and refine this prototype while coding the website. Continue reading
Welcome to the wonderful world of paper prototyping where users can tap their way through your site using nothing but their fingers. Continue reading