Tag Archives: user experience design
Brian Del Giudice, Ux Designer

Fireside Chat # 2

The newest Above the Fold team member, Brian Del Giudice, sits down with CEO Joe Baz. Watch the video, and learn more about what makes this UX designer tick.

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Content Creation From Theory to Practice

Content Creation From Theory to Practice

It’s Day Two of Confab 2012, and Marli Mesibov is back with more live blogging. Today we focus on practical application. Read on for advice from content strategists Relly Annett-Baker, Shelly Bowen, and Dan Roam.

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UX Social Hour Tomorrow!

UX Social Hour Tomorrow!

Come join Perfetti Media and Above the Fold at UX Social Hour tomorrow, 6:30pm at Mead Hall in Cambridge. Good food, good drink, great company! Read more
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Ringing in a Usable New Year

To ring in 2012, we’re taking stock of how far we’ve come, and giving some thought to the direction we are heading.

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The Irreplaceable Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was a creative genius in the field of UX. But was that a personality trait or a learned attribute? By looking at his story, we can decide whether there could ever be a “next” Steve Jobs.

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Half of UX is 90% Mental

Mental Models play a key role in user experience. But what is a mental model, and how does it relate to relate to intuition, experience, and great design?

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Illusion of Speed

The Illusion of Speed – Joe Baz on Yottaa

This week, on Yottaa’s Web Performance Optimization blog, Joe Baz is featured with his article, “The Illusion of Speed.” In this article, Joe explores perception, reality, and how it affects the user experience.

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7 Ways to Improve Your Content Marketing

Content Marketing World is a 2-day conference in Cleveland where content is king and creativity is queen. Marli Mesibov returned with 7 quick tips on improving content, from some extremely talented content marketers.

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The Right Test at the Right Time

A/B testing is often spoken of as though in opposition to usability testing. In reality, the two types of tests answer different questions and serve different purposes. Both have a place in a project; in fact, they often complement one another.

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Google’s Predictable Failure

“Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” – George Santayana. Google’s UX team is top of the line, and constantly seems to learn from the past. But what happens when history fails us?

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