ENTRIES TAGGED "user experience"

Mobile analytics unlock the what and the when

Mobile analytics unlock the what and the when

Flurry's Sean Byrnes on mobile metrics and tablet apps vs phone apps.

Flurry's CTO Sean Byrnes discusses app life cycles, the specifics of user engagement, and the difference between smartphone apps and tablet apps.

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Scrolling, flipping, and clicking

Scrolling, flipping, and clicking

Oliver Reichenstein on digital screens and the user experience.

There are more open questions and unresolved issues than solutions when it comes to digital screens and user experience, says Oliver Reichenstein of iA, Inc. In this interview, he addresses some of the major UX issues, talks about why iA Writer works and highlights some larger issues behind online news revenue problems.

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Keeping images and text in sync

Keeping images and text in sync

Two examples of how digital images and associated text can stick together.

The fluidity of digital content occasionally sends images in one direction and text in another. Here's a look at two design experiments that keep digital assets together.

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When was the last time you mined your site's search data?

When was the last time you mined your site's search data?

Lou Rosenfeld on the benefits of parsing and refining site search.

A gold mine is hiding in the data generated by website search engines, yet many site owners pay little attention to the analytics those engines yield. Author Lou Rosenfeld explains why site search is worth your time.

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Inside Google+: The virtuous circle of data and doing right by users

Inside Google+: The virtuous circle of data and doing right by users

Key points from a Google+ discussion between Tim O'Reilly and Bradley Horowitz.

Data liberation and user experience emerged as core themes during a recent
discussion between Tim O'Reilly and Google+ VP of Product Bradley Horowitz.

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Radar's top stories: June 27-July 1, 2011

Radar's top stories: June 27-July 1, 2011

Getting started with Hadoop, a look at Clojure, publishing lessons from Pottermore

This week on Radar: We took a deep dive into Hadoop, Stuart Sierra discussed Clojure's growing popularity, and we looked at two key aspects of J.K. Rowling's Pottermore that publishers should copy.

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Ditch the jargon and back away from those tired slides

Ditch the jargon and back away from those tired slides

Nancy Duarte on the art of engaging an audience.

Nancy Duarte, author of"slide:ology" and CEO of Duarte Design, says it's time to stop hiding behind business presentations. We need to connect on a human level.

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On a small screen, user experience is everything

On a small screen, user experience is everything

Three mobile apps that get user experience right.

Building mobile apps around a look or feel isn't always the best strategy. Madhava Enros, mobile user experience lead at Mozilla, reveals three apps that effectively address user experience, not just design.

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UI is becoming an "embodied" model

Mobile, real-time, and physical make design tough and interesting.

In the following interview, AOL director of consumer experience Christian Crumlish discusses the design opportunities that arise from new technologies and interfaces.

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