Heuristic Evaluation

Heuristic Evaluation…I beg your pardon?

  Sounds Greek to you? That’s no accident, it originates from the Greek word of find or discover (Εὑρίσκω). So, there you go. (Big Fat Greek Wedding? Got it?) On a more serious note, I am sure you have already heard one of the following expressions:...

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What is usability?

What is usability?

  I was just about to sum up my next post about heuristic evaluation when I realized that I hadn’t talked about usability itself yet. Sure, everyone has heard the term and most probably you use it too pretty often, but do you know exactly what...

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How to make your website more engaging?

  Last week, we were talking about behavioral science and its importance when it comes to web design. In this video. Dr. Susan Weinschenk, who is a great expert on the field, collected 7 principles to follow in order to make your website more gripping and...

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behavioral science and web design

Behavioral Science and web design – How do they relate?

  At first glance, it might seem to be a rather unusual combination, but only at first. Web design usually reminds people of a creative, dare to say, an artistic process, while science is associated with laboratory and vials. At least in my mind. So, how...

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Being a newcomer in UX

Being a newcomer in UX

  To understand the difficulty and challenge of this particular situation, let me remind you Jakob Nielsen’s advice to newcomers that I posted last week: "There is only one advice for newcomer that is to do it."   And this is exactly what makes it so hard. Yes,...

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Jakob Nielsen: What is exciting in UX?

  If you haven't dealt with usability yet, you might not know his name. But if usability is on your to-do list, his name should be one of the firsts to learn. So, let me introduce you Jakob Nielsen, Ph.D. and Principal at Nielsen Norman Group...

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