Tag Archives: usability

Guerilla usability

Google launch their Cloud Test Lab today. I’m reminded of how I first learned the value of qualitative user testing and how I forced my employers to take notice too…


 

Between 1997 and 2000 I managed an Internet café in West London, for a startup who also ran a small web-based email service. Continue reading Guerilla usability


 

Wait for it…

Improving the usability of an interface – something we all want. Step 1: make it do more or less what the user actually expects of it. That’s a good start to an overall sound user experience. Yet, there’s one key mistake so many UIs I’ve looked at make here – what I call unfiltered spurious stimulus response. Continue reading Wait for it…