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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, by making it do more or less what the user actually expects of it, is a pretty good route to an overall sound user experience. Yet, there’s one key mistake almost every interface I’ve looked at makes in this regard – what I call the Spurious Stimulus Response. That is… Continue reading Wait for it…