Quoi de neuf sur nos blogs d’ergo préférés ?

Comme chaque semaine, Cybot vous a sélectionné 5 articles passionnants sur nos sites de veille préférés dans le domaine de l’UX. Retrouvez notre sélection d’évangélisation et de retours d’expériences issues cette semaine d’UX Matters, Smashing magazine, A list apart, et iergo.

Affichez l’expérience utilisateur !

By Raphaël Pour certain c’est sans doute la fin des vacances, pour d’autres la fin de la période de tranquillité et pour tous vous remotiver pour la rentrée scolaire, je vous proposes quelques affiches. Pour chacune, une phrase ou une idée qui … Lire la suite → Lire l’article…

Source: iergo

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Rachel Andrew on the Business of Web Dev: Pricing Underpins Everything You Do

By The fine folks at A List Apart

Over the last four years, my service business has become a product business. During the transition, I’ve had a chance to reflect on the uses and pitfalls of each model. Hindsight is a wonderful thing—I can now see that many of the difficulties we experienced as a service business could have been avoided with a different pricing model. Yet what was ultimately one of our biggest mistakes gave us experiences we could draw on when deciding on a pricing model for our product, a model that has been very successful for us.

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Source: ALA

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Getting More Out of Usability Testing: Understanding Product Usage Over Time

By pabini@uxmatters.com By Paula Barraza
“By including a long-term testing approach as part of your UX research plan, you will develop a more comprehensive model of user engagement and a better understanding of how and why engagement changes over time.”

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Source: UXMatters

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A Five-Step Process For Conducting User Research

By David Sherwin

Imagine that this is what you know about me: I am a college-educated male between the ages of 35 and 45. I own a MacBook Pro and an iPhone 5, on which I browse the Internet via the Google Chrome browser. I tweet and blog publicly, where you can discover that I like chocolate and corgis. I’m married. I drive a Toyota Corolla. I have brown hair and brown eyes. My credit-card statement shows where I’ve booked my most recent hotel reservations and where I like Lire l’article…

Source: Smashing magazine

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Data-Driven Design In The Real World

By Ashley Moreno

As more designers and writers look to analytics to inform their decisions, many still struggle to implement their findings in a sustainable, ongoing way. Too often, testing and analysis are one-off activities, providing plenty of important-looking numbers but not lot of context or specific direction.

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Source: Smashing magazine

 

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