Posts tagged 'usability'

Office 2011 for Mac – Why I love the Ribbon

It’s been 3 weeks since I started using Office 2011 for Mac and I’m already wishing all apps for Mac …

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Google Language Tools – User Experience problems

So Google knows my country (Portugal), he knows my search habits, my translation habits, and much more. So why the …

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Designing web forms

Here’s a little secret that I’d like to share with you:  Most people just aren’t all that thrilled by forms. …

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World Usability Day 2009 – Designing for a Sustainable World

Today, 12th November, we celebrate the World Usability Day. This year theme is Designing for a Sustainable World which basically …

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Colors and User Experience

After being away for nearly three months I decided to finally bring my blog back to life. A few weeks ago …

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Is Usablity no longer enough?

A while ago I read a post by Dr. Eric Schaffer, CEO of Human Factors International, about Usability being no …

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My talk @Shift 2008

Last friday I did a talk at Shift 2008 entitled “Usability vs. Software Development Processes”. It was about efficiently integrating …

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Involving users in the software development process

The key question concerning this issue is – “How to involve users in the development process?”. After some study I …

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Integrating Usability Techniques in the Development Process

Integrating usability techniques in the development process it is not straightforward. Things have to be well planned so that it …

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A user-centred methodology for software development

The main objective of my thesis was to develop a user-centred methodology for GIS development. First, and due to the …

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