Should UX professionals learn how to code?

Should UX professionals learn how to code?

What do UX and entrepreneurship have to do with each other? For me personally it matters quite a lot. Even though I am more inclined to call myself an intrapreneur it magically all boils down to the same thing, making the most out of every opportunity you get to create or do something amazing. Intrapreneurship: […]

UI is Communication

UI is Communication

If you are not a frequent visitor of this blog, you might have missed my previous article on UX book publisher Morgan Kaufmann and 3 books they recently released. There was one book I did not mention, a fourth book, because I felt that this book deserved a blog post of its own. UI is […]

Don’t Make Me Think Revisited by Steve Krug

Don’t Make Me Think Revisited by Steve Krug

Have you read Steve Krug’s Don’t make me think? At least seen a copy of it somewhere? With my genetic passion for books I can’t but help and admit that I have read Steve’s book. Just the one, many years ago. It was one of the first books that I read that got me, a […]

75% discount on UX and Usability courses

75% discount on UX and Usability courses

So this is a time sensitive post. For the next 3 days the next 10 days (updated November 19th) Udemy.com is having a 75% discount on almost all of its courses to celebrate ’10 Days of Black Friday’. I took a look around to see which UX and Usability courses might be of interest to you. NOTE This […]

Usability Training Bootcamp course now available

Usability Training Bootcamp course now available

Userfocus’ Dr David Travis has just launched his new Usability Training Bootcamp course on Udemy. Dr David Travis, the founder of UK based UX consultancy and training company Userfocus, now has 3 courses in total on Udemy. All three courses focus on User Experience and Usability, and his course ‘User Experience – The Ultimate Guide to […]

3 Morgan Kaufmann UX Books Reviewed

3 Morgan Kaufmann UX Books Reviewed

In my eyes, I always found Rosenfeld Media one of the sole suppliers of premium UX books. Over the past 2 years I have seen Morgan Kaufmann, the organisation that has been publishing computer science books since 1984 and that was purchased by Elsevier in 2001, really improve its portfolio. Improve it enough to even […]

Concept Testing with ZURB’s Verify [Video]

Concept Testing with ZURB’s Verify [Video]

Since being introduced to ZURB’s Verify Concept Testing tool back in 2011, I can full heartedly say that I promote this tool to all my clients, and today, I will promote it to you too. ZURB’s Verify is part of the AppSuite. The suite consists of 4 premium tools, Verify, Notable, Solidify, and Influence. All […]

Book Review: Experiment! by Colin McFarland

Book Review: Experiment! by Colin McFarland

“You are not alone.” Okay, it sounds kind of corny, but this is what I felt when I was reading the book. When I was reading the first few pages, I was taken aback about the honest and open approach on website conversion optimization. Unlike many other popular books on the subject, Colin’s book doesn’t […]

Mobile Usability by Jakob Nielsen expected soon!

Mobile Usability by Jakob Nielsen expected soon!

Good news for all those Jakob Nielsen fans out there. Jakob, according to Amazon.com, is about to release yet another book on usability. Mobile Usability will be released towards the end of October 2012 has been released. I know I cannot speak for any of you, but I know that I own (and have read) […]

Remote Usability Testing: Refer.ly

Remote Usability Testing: Refer.ly

From set up to insights. Over the past week, I have done some video work for this website to help you get to grips with remote usability testing. I started by creating a short tutorial video on how to set up a remote usability test at Usertesting.com. The second video showed you how to use the […]

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