Let’s get straight to this awesome reading list! Check out the top 5 articles that you seriously don’t want to miss. Enjoy!
1. Five User Experience Lessons from Jim Carrey
Five User Experience Lessons from Jim Carrey by Steve Tengler, published on UX Magazine
I admit it, the title made me click and I was happy it did. I’m always a fan of using examples to relate to user experience and Steve Tengler does a great job in his recent piece on UX Magazine. Check out the five lessons that you can learn from Jim carrey on UX, based on five seperate movies.
2. In-house Designers: The Secret Competitive Edge
In-house Designers: The Secret Competitive Edge by Amy Marquez, UX Brainstorm
A frequent question that I ask many is, “what is the difference between a UX design consultant and an in-house designer?” Now, Amy Marquez presents the competitive edge of i-house designers. Check out the true value in her article, today!
3. Getting Your Web Site’s Structure Right
Getting Your Web Site’s Structure Right by Nathaniel Davis, published on UX Matters
What do you think when you hear the words “information architecture”? Many times the meaning of this term is skewed by many. Nathaniel Davis presents his study of the poll he pursued with ten people, asking them what came to mind when they heard the word “architecture”.
4. Why Every SEO Strategy Should Be About User Experience
Why Every SEO Strategy Should Be About User Experience by Blaise Lucey, published on March Communications
Apart from UX, I am a marketer…and a blogger. So, of course, I will take a liking to this article. Getting people to my site is of big interest to me, that’s why I very much value these tups on create a user-friendly SEO strategy that will not only serve your users well but help you even more than you thought.
5. GUI Bloopers
GUI Bloopers by Jeff Johnson, published on GUI Bloopers
While it is beneficial to check up on th do’s of anything, really, sometimes it is even more crucial to view the don’ts. Check out these bloopers of GUI control to see what you should not be doing. Thanks to Jeff Johnson for taking such a great angle here!