Posts tagged ‘user-experience’

Why Does This Urinal Have Two Buttons?

For reasons that only a therapist could explain, I have an ongoing interest in the user interfaces we find in bathrooms. I was down visiting the…

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The Rise of the Side-Mounted Feedback Link

I’ve been meaning to mention a recent web design trend: the side-mounted feedback link. I think I first spotted the link on BrightKit’s site: Now that…

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NowPublic and Who’s Doing Whom a Favour?

If you’re a regular Flickr user with Creative Commons-licensed photos, you’ve probably received a request from NowPublic to use one of your photos. I think this…

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Ignore The Following Fields

Two weeks ago I stayed at the Sheraton Wall Centre for a few days. I made liberal use of their Internet access (priced at about CAN…

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Finding an Apartment to Rent in Victoria

We’re looking for rental accommodation for the first time in nine years. I was really hoping that, in the interim, things in rental property search had…

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Users Type Domain Names Straight into Google

Anybody who spends any time with web analytics knows this fact, but I thought I’d highlight a real world example. Three years ago I wrote about…

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The Blame Game in UI Design

I’m running our little Bar Camp Malta survey on Zoomerang. This is the first time I’ve used that service. The setup was a little clunky, but…

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Your Connection Isn’t Good Enough

Because I’m a bit slow on these things, I just learned (or possibly just remembered) that Stephen King’s Dark Tower books are being adapted to comic…

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