A few months ago we had the pleasure to work for a really exciting project. The Greek department of Shell wanted to create their mobile app. This would have to include all the necessary features a customer would expect from that kind of app. A quick way to find Shell stations, a way to interact […]

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Author Steve Krug discusses usability at the Voices That Matter: Web Design Conference 2010.

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Is mobile the next form of mass media? Best-selling author, speaker and mobile project lead, Luke Wroblewski thinks so, and in this video from Cascade SF, he’ll talk about what that means and how that impacts mobile UX design. Luke will also use real-world examples to demonstrate how mobile user experience can be leaner, meaner, […]

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Snapguide is a simple, beautiful way to share and view step-by-step how to guides. Discover new things to cook, build, wear, play and more. Create your own guides and share what you love making with your friends on Twitter, Facebook and more. Discuss your interests with other people who share your passions.

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Marc Hemeon, Senior UX Designer at YouTube and Founder of fflick.com talks about his work at YouTube, current and upcoming design trends and how to improve and test User Experience on a budget.

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Message and Medium: Better Content by Design Live at An Event Apart San Diego 2010: Kristina Halvorson, author, Content Strategy for the Web Designing for multichannel content delivery (mobile, anyone?) means an entirely new set of considerations and challenges for web professionals everywhere. Unfortunately for content creators, it’s nearly impossible to predict whether their writing […]

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More often than not, the mobile experience for a web application or site is designed and built after the PC version is complete. Learn the three reasons web applications should be designed for mobile first: mobile is exploding; mobile forces you to focus; and mobile extends your capabilities. Captured on video and shown here for […]

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Lecturer for A. Richard Newton Distinguished Innovator Lecture Series. Marissa Mayer leads the company’s product management efforts on search products web search, images, news, books, products, maps, Google Earth, Google Toolbar, Google Desktop, Google Health, Google Labs and more. She joined Google in 1999 as Google’s first female engineer and led the user interface and […]

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Explore great places to eat, drink and stay in exciting cities around the world – and even create your own Tony Bourdain-style layover. Five stars to dive bars: they’re all in Travel Channel Layover Guide.

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Building effective personas is an important part of Product Development. It is essential for companies to understand the types of customers that use their product, or could use their product. However, the personas we produce are often full of extraneous, irrelevant, and fake information, and cannot be used to create Product Development Roadmaps. Based on […]

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