We get to redesign the sign up experience and have the opportunity to faciliate user engagement. I appreciate thoughts, pointers to sites you think creates a great user experience. This is for a SaaS product.
I am working on an article for the User Experience Magazine and wanted to reach out a bit, to get some feedback from the community about a statement I wanna put out (Web sites became useful for less reasons).
I am a professional in the field looking for current, up-to-date, interaction design blog recommendations. I am an avid reader of ixd and user experience research, but some of the blogs in our field are out of date.
What some current, great, IXD blogs?
Current IXD health care focused blogs?
Lastly, many of my fellow IXDAer's get valuable user experience information from other types of technology blogs written with a user focused perspective. Know of anything like this?
I recently used CARD method with soem modifications to help end-users of an application project their future workflow for a system that was being re-designed and articluate the requirements about the system within the context of the scenarios that were generated .
Being new to the greater Cincinnati area, one of the
first things I became aware of was The Banks project. What I most frequently
hear is skepticism and doubt as to whether it will ever be realized. From what
I can surmise, recent progress includes beginning construction on residential
and retail developments.
In recent usability testing of an e-commerce site in Sweden we confirmed the low motivation of signing up for an account. We worked on the problem and brainstormed a solution to “shop as a guest”.
One of the stakeholders is concerned about fraud and swindles, especially writing a wrong email address which we need for order confirmation. Some wrong person would get a confirmation about an order which he/she has not placed and contact the media about our uncontrolled customer data.
I started in information architecture in 2007, I got out of it and now I am trying to get back into IA/UX. I consequently do not have the 5+ years of experience or the mandatory "senior titles", but I do have the education! I came across this in a recent job posting: "5+ years of agency experience working on site builds. Someone who really understands the user experience." I was initially hired because I was a user experience professional.