My cleint wants me to perform a mulitple channel usability test, where we might have someone print a boarding pass on the web, go to a kiosk to print a luggage tag, and use their mobile device to pick their seat. I think it is best to do this kind of scenario type testing, where I can view the person.
Has anyone ever done a test like this before? What advice do you have for me?
Hey everyone, I'm one of the organizers for ReMIX South (last year ReMiX Atlanta), and I'd like to invite everyone to join us for ReMIX South. We've got a full track on UX, along with Web, Mobile, Tablet and Kinect tracks. Kicking off things is Albert Shum, Director of the Windows Phone Design team, giving the keynote followed by great talks from the likes of Rick Baeeaza, August De Los Reyes, Jen Downs, James Chittenden, Zachary Pousman, Luke Hamilton, Steve Dawson and many more.
I'm in the progress of designing a set of charting, graphing, and data viz controls that will be incorporated into an enterprise Windows application that displays loads of financial data. I've looked at a lot of the 'out of the box' offerings, and while the functionality is largely passable, I haven't been particularly impressed with the aesthetics on most offerings. No hate mail please - I realize the "shiny" factor is more for my boss than for my users :)
Hi all, I am working for designing of UIs for applications across wide range of Mobile devices and all major platforms - iOS, Blackberry, Android, Microsoft. In most cases, there is a need to deliver an application Interface design across all devices and platforms, in such scenario - can anybody suggest how to maintain the consistency of interaction, visual design and interface usability across all devices and platforms?
I am caught up in the NDA and out dated portolfio dilemma. I am not able to show my best work or recent work because of non-disclosure agreements or the fact that things have been re-designed or are just not current.
I was wonerding if it would be acceptable to create new deliverables. I do not have any paid mobile experience, so I wanted to start with that.
Are employer's more interested in the way I think, rather than what I have been paid to do in the past?