User Interface Design for Difficult Tasks

A well-designed user interface design can make even difficult tasks appear to be simple. And the good news is that creating that UI is not, itself, a difficult task. In fact, here’s how to do it. After users have completed some task, it’s easy to identify whether it was a “difficult task”: It’s one where […]
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Six Rules for Successful Usability Testing

You don’t need a usability lab, special software, or a horde of people to test your UI design. There are, however, six rules that you need to follow to get usable results. I recently worked on an application where, when users first saw it, they couldn’t find the “Add New Item” button. That was because, […]
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Three Things You Need to Create a Great Search UI Design

When using search there’s more going on in your user’s mind than just typing in some random keywords (and it’s all about two numbers: relevancy and precision). Here’s how to support how your users use search. A few days ago, I went looking for a book I had read as a child. While knowing the title would […]
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The Benefits of API-First Development

APIs (Application Program Interfaces) were a hot topic in 2014, and that seems set to continue in 2015. Rapid growth in parallel areas, such as the Internet of Things, are likely to keep the momentum behind APIs for the foreeable future. Some companies now have an API as their primary product. Stripe, an online payment […]
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Announcing New IT Training Courses: Make Better Use of Your Company’s Data

Curious about how you can enhance your AngularJS or SQL server skills? Or do you want to learn how to capitalize on data stored in Hadoop? Develop your IT skills and make more informed business decisions with the addition of our three new IT training courses! Our 3-4 day courses are designed to deliver both […]
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