Posts Tagged: Human-computer interaction

July 27 Webcast: Kotamraju on The Tension between User-centered Design and E-government Services

Professor Nalini Kotamraju of the University of Twente Department of Technical and Professional Communication will give a presentation entitled The Tension between User-centered Design and E-government Services on 27 July 2010 at 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time, at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. The presentation will be… Read more »

Bad user testing beats no user testing

Jakob Nielsen has noted that it’s now twenty years since he started what he calls the ‘discount usability movement’. This might be egging it a wee bit, I’m not sure there is such a ‘movement’ apart from that which Nielsen promotes. It’s true that major companies use discount usability tactics – I noted before how… Read more »