Was privileged to hear user experience expert Jared Spool. Here’s the best of what he said: Best lessons Compared best and worst UX companies. The best had three characteristics: Shared vision of what the experience would be like in 5 years Everybody had spent at least 2 hours watching people use the product during the [...]
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I had the privilege of speaking at MegaComm last week, which allowed me to hear Dave Carroll of United Breaks Guitars fame. I’m ashamed to admit that my first impression was that this was a one hit wonder still barely holding on to his fifteen minutes of fame. But he quickly won me over and [...]
Anybody remember Google’s first April Fool’s joke? I’ll get to that in a second. Quick hint is Steven Levy’s observation that the real Google April Fool’s joke was that “even the scariest plans that Google joked about were the kind of thing that Google’s leaders actually dreamed about.” Google is obsessed with artificial intelligence. Giving [...]
Best lines and lessons Roi Ben Ami: Females always win. [Discussing A/B test results regarding male vs female faces on landing pages] Successful landing pages help the user paint the picture of what happens after the conversion. Uri Breitman: If you delete a site, you have to shift delete it. You can’t redirect its pages [...]
“Like Virginia, Florida remains too close to call. There Obama leads Mitt Romney at just 48 to 47 percent–less than the polls margin of error of plus or minus 3 percent.” Virginia race too close to call, CBS Virginia If you’re following the election polls, you’re accustomed to hearing a reporter announce the poll results [...]