Excited to be in the instructor team covering #UX & #DesignThinking at next weekend's @MelbourneGA Digital Bootcamp https://t.co/0k11Ytzfj5
Personas Are Dead. Long Live The Heroes! via @clearleft https://t.co/3ewcLv4REE
New Feature for OptimalSort: You can now gather data on card order (Prioritization)!! https://t.co/IPp7dFI4fb #ux https://t.co/Jx852AKa2s
WSJ. Magazine’s 2015 Technology Innovator and co-founder and CEO of Slack believes in the power of play. After a year and a half of runaway user growth, his app is changing the way we work.
"When people get their first click right on a website, they are two to three times as likely to find what they're looking for than if they went in the wrong direction with that first click. First-click testing results can tell you if your customers are able to find what they're looking for quickly and easily when they land on your webpage, and if not, where they click instead.
To create a first-click test, you'll upload screenshots, sketches, or wireframes of the webpages you want to test, and invite people to complete tasks by clicking where they think they'd find the right information.
First-click testing results enable you to make user-friendly decisions for your webpages about:
the content and visual elements to prioritize for your audience
the language you use for labels, links, and content
where you place things like buttons, shopping cart icons, and menus."
"Tree testing tells you how easily people can find information on your website, and exactly where people get lost. Your website visitors rely on your information architecture — how you label and organize your content — to get things done. Tree testing can answer questions like:
Do my labels make sense to people?
Is my content grouped logically to people?
Can people find the information they want easily and quickly? If not, what’s stopping them?"
Ping #FlindersLL https://t.co/DnEaGYrR49
Card Sorting 101 has arrived.
A resource for all mental models :-)
https://t.co/HywWQCDMd0 #ux #ia #design https://t.co/82Tsxrq5r4
The #Google app now understands more complex questions - https://t.co/T819X8XlBy
#VoiceUI #Search #NLP https://t.co/YaoCxFl0Xv