Monthly Archives: November 2007

Cognitive Science: What makes your users tick

Like many usability consultants I have spent hours locked in rooms with strangers saying: “What do you think about this web page?” It is boring way to earn a living especially as you often know the answers and could tell … Continue reading

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Security and usability: Don’t let your users get you down

After my first year at university I spent the summer working in a delicatessen in Putney. One morning during my first week, whilst in the middle of carefully carving six slices of Parma ham for some lady’s dinner party, we … Continue reading

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Getting your hands on Apple’s iPhone

Another Apple marketing frenzy has led to the UK bracing itself for the launch of the iPhone tomorrow. The Carphone Warehouse is expecting large queues and Scotland Yard are warning customers to hide their new handsets so that they don’t … Continue reading

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Checklists

[pdf] Designing web usability [pdf] Ensuring web accessibility [pdf] Using software for accessibility and usability [pdf] Usability tools and techniques [pdf] Measuring and increasing website return on investment (Stalker-Firth, R., July 2003)

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