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6 TED Talks Every UX Professional Should Watch

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-Sep-06 22:36

6 TED Talks Every UX Professional Should Watch

http://blog.usabilla.com/6-ted-talks-ev ... e=linkedin

We’ve rounded up some of the best TED Talks for UX professionals. These 6 awesome talks cover both user experience and the wider design principles to help you get inspired.

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Samsung "The Safety Truck"

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-Jul-18 20:47

Samsung "The Safety Truck"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZetSRWchM4w

This initiative was created by Leo Burnett / Buenos Aires for Samsung's Argentinian corporate office to promote road safety.

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En hållbar arbetsmiljö för SL:s trafikledare

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-May-10 21:18

En hållbar arbetsmiljö för SL:s trafikledare

http://www.inuse.se/blogg/en-hallbar-ar ... fikledare/

Varje dag reser tiotusentals resenärer med SL:s röda linje. Att få vara med designa och utveckla en bättre arbetsmiljö för de som arbetar i kontrollrummet har varit utmanande. Som designer var jag ansvarig för både helhet och detaljnivå, allt för att hjälpa trafikledarna när de jagar sekunder i kontrollrummet.

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Transcript: Ask the UXperts: Accessibility — The Journey & the Destination, with Derek Featherstone

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-May-04 22:54

Transcript: Ask the UXperts: Accessibility — The Journey & the Destination, with Derek Featherstone

http://uxmastery.com/ask-the-uxperts-derek-featherstone

Yesterday we were lucky enough to have the opportunity to host the inspirational Derek Featherstone in our Ask the UXperts chatroom. Sadly for me, I was otherwise engaged and had to hand the keys to the room over to Matt, who did an honourable job of stepping in as host and moderator.

The subject of the session was Accessibility, and no-one knows that subject better than Derek!

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How to dress for work the ergonomic way, and why not vote on your preferred work dress style...

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-Apr-12 20:56

How to dress for work the ergonomic way, and why not vote on your preferred work dress style...

http://ergonomi.co.uk/dress-for-work-the-ergonomic-way/

Human comfort, anthropometrics and psychology are human factors and ergonomics considerations, but how can we dress for work the ergonomic way?

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UX Myths

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-Mar-15 08:56

UX Myths

http://uxmyths.com/

UX Myths collects the most frequent user experience misconceptions and explains why they don't hold true. And you don't have to take our word for it, we'll show you a lot of research findings and articles by design and usability gurus.

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Ted Talk for Usability Experts : The Paradox of Choice

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-Mar-01 22:25

Ted Talk for Usability Experts : The Paradox of Choice

http://usabilitylab.walkme.com/ted-talk ... ox-choice/

In this Ted Talk, Barry Schwartz unpacks the prevailing wisdom that more choice means more freedom, and is therefore preferable. There is a mind-boggling number and array of consumer products available in retail outlets today, a dizzying array of telecommunications devices with a huge range of features. Outside the purchase of movable, the same array of choice exists. The consumer has choices in terms of healthcare, education, medication. The unprecedented amount of choice in the modern era has promoted a degree of existential angst. Schwartz posits that too much choice makes people makes people miserable, and claims that the solution to the problem might be to provide fewer choices to the consumer. Watch and decide if you think less is more.

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Paktor avoids a HUGE mistake by A/B testing before deploying

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-Feb-27 14:22

Paktor avoids a HUGE mistake by A/B testing before deploying

http://apptimize.com/customers/case-study-paktor/

Paktor is an innovative mobile dating app targeting the Asia market that emphasizes simplicity and ease of use. With Paktor, finding a match is as simple as a swipe and a click.

The Paktor team was ready to implement a change to the app that they were pretty sure would increase engagement in the app by making it easier to like and dislike potential matches. Thankfully, they tested it first and avoided a mistake that would have cost them a 26% loss in month over month growth.

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UX Conversations with Don Norman

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-Feb-24 00:12

UX Conversations with Don Norman

http://screeninteraction.com/insights/2 ... orman.html

– Privacy is highly overrated, says Donald Norman, the godfather of user experience and user-centered design. His book, "The Design of Everyday Things," is considered the bible for UX designers all across the world. This is the fourteenth in a series of interviews with UX experts, practitioners and leaders.

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The History Of ATM Design Is Crazy

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-Jan-21 23:30

The History Of ATM Design Is Crazy

http://www.fastcodesign.com/3040725/asi ... n-is-crazy

It took some time to endear Americans to the Automated Teller Machine, the ubiquitous piece of technology that dots the entryways of banks, grocery stores, and convenience stores all over the country. When the first premiered in the 1960s, a third of America didn't use a bank—many employees were paid in cash, and department stores would happily cash a check for you. To convince the public to use the often clunky, unreliable machines, banks even went so far as to hire Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy "to lend a space-age cred to the new machines," as Smithsonian's Linda Rodriguez McRobbie documents in a fascinating feature tracing the origin story of the ATM and the automatic banking service's eventual (though not always certain) rise through the American economic landscape. Throughout its history, banks have shaped the experience design of ATMs to lure and retain customers, a trend that continues even into the 21st century.

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