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The Tao of User Experience By Robert Hoekman Jr
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The Tao of User Experience is a collection of 96 tenets of User Experience as a profession, a goal, and an idea. It's the culmination of everything I've learned, all the things I find myself wanting... More > to teach junior designers, to CEOs, to programmers, and anyone else who needs UX advice. I believe it's the most important thing I've ever written on User Experience. Read a sample at http://rhjr.net/s/tao/sample. === Robert Hoekman, Jr, is the author of Designing the Obvious, Designing the Moment, and Web Anatomy (New Riders). He’s worked with Adobe, Automattic, Seth Godin, and countless others, and has spoken at industry events worldwide, including An Event Apart and Web App Summit. Find him at rhjr.net and GetOnMyBike.com.< Less
User Experience Design - What It's All About By Dave Lull
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User Experience (user interface design) basics, advanced ideas, and comments on 20 years of UX experience.
Atari User Issue 23 Volume 2 By Atari User
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In issue 23 of Atari User we look at the Atari BBS scene and show you how to get the best experience when connecting to a BBS, how to call a BBS using the Hatari emulator plus we interview Stephen J.... More > Carden of the Inside The 8-Bit BBS. Also this issue, more ST coin-op conversions, more Atari homebrew, tons of reviews, more Atari history, and we pay tribute to LucasArts.< Less
Interactive Design Beyond the Desktop: User Experience Defined by Aesthetics By Drew Kinney
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Today’s interactive design is a by-product of the ‘desktop’ metaphor used in computing since the 1970s. In this paradigm, design is a secondary consideration and largely treated as... More > window dressing for information. Much of this was driven by necessity and progress of technology. With the advancement of technology, the old metaphor is being jettisoned. Designers must wake up and see the shifting paradigms or there will be more of the same; the user-experience will continue to be created by the programmer and not the designer, whose keen ability and insight are central to communicate deeper meanings to a user.< Less
Interactive Design Beyond the Desktop: User Experience Defined by Aesthetics By Drew Kinney
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Today’s interactive design is a by-product of the ‘desktop’ metaphor used in computing since the 1970s. In this paradigm, design is a secondary consideration and largely treated as... More > window dressing for information. Much of this was driven by necessity and progress of technology. With the advancement of technology, the old metaphor is being jettisoned. Designers must wake up and see the shifting paradigms or there will be more of the same; the user-experience will continue to be created by the programmer and not the designer, whose keen ability and insight are central to communicate deeper meanings to a user.< Less
Shiny Happy Users By Eric Drewski et al.
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Shiny Happy Users is a collection of short essays that explore issues surrounding the design, development, and testing of user interfaces. These essays were produced by the participants in the... More > graduate course entitled Scientific Methods of Human Computer Interaction offered in spring 2007 as a part of the Human Computer Interaction Program at Iowa State University. This book is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License.< Less
Shiny Happy Users By Eric Drewski et al.
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Shiny Happy Users is a collection of short essays that explore issues surrounding the design, development, and testing of user interfaces. These essays were produced by the participants in the... More > graduate course entitled Scientific Methods of Human Computer Interaction offered in spring 2007 as a part of the Human Computer Interaction Program at Iowa State University. This book is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License.< Less
Shiny Happy Users By Eric Drewski et al.
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Shiny Happy Users is a collection of short essays that explore issues surrounding the design, development, and testing of user interfaces. These essays were produced by the participants in the... More > graduate course entitled Scientific Methods of Human Computer Interaction offered in spring 2007 as a part of the Human Computer Interaction Program at Iowa State University. This book is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License.< Less
Shiny Happy Users By Eric Drewski et al.
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Shiny Happy Users is a collection of short essays that explore issues surrounding the design, development, and testing of user interfaces. These essays were produced by the participants in the... More > graduate course entitled Scientific Methods of Human Computer Interaction offered in spring 2007 as a part of the Human Computer Interaction Program at Iowa State University. This book is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License.< Less
Ubuntu For End Users By Luis Alvarado
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Ubuntu For End Users Written by Luis Alvarado, it focuses on many questions new users have when using Ubuntu. It covers from an end user perspective how to install, configure and get the most out of... More > your Ubuntu experience. From installing Nvidia and Broadcom drivers, to configuring Wine to play Windows games. From setting up your first VirtualBox experience to sharing your Internet connection. So Whether you use Ubuntu as a new user or as an experienced one, Ubuntu For End Users will help you with many of the needs one has when working in Ubuntu.< Less