Reading time: 1 minuteI’ve started work on a side project with Ben. We’re calling it Participant Discovery. We want to understand what it’s like to be a research participant. We wonder if understanding this will help us design better research. We’re blogging about it over on the People Thinking website.
Reading time: 2 minutesToday is World Usability Day. The theme this year is communication. I’ve chosen to write about something which I find helps teams I work with communicate and explore what we design and put on the web. Back in 2005, Yahoo! Search announced a “vision statement”. Enable people to find, use, share and expand all human knowledge. Somewhat ambitious, sure. A little […]
Reading time: 4 minutesWhy are there three separate lights in the standard traffic light setup? Why are they vertically arranged? In a nutshell: don’t rely on colour alone to convey meaning in your information design.
Reading time: 1 minuteAn image search for “People Thinking” on Google comes up with some quite strange stuff…
Reading time: 1 minuteedublogs: Six points for organisations entering the Live Web. Interesting post by Ewan McIntosh. Via Nick Reynolds at work.