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An Unseen Interface

Posted by  on  Sep 28, 2014

Halle Winkler overviews the state of speech technology, examining the opportunities in usability and new forms of usage that become available with speech interfaces in mobile apps.

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Writing Usable APIs in Practice

Posted by  on  May 19, 2013 6

Giovanni Asproni expands upon the idea that usable APIs help writing clean code.

Android App Anatomy

Posted by  on  Nov 23, 2012 1

Eric Burke discusses: why building visual interfaces, design guidelines for Android apps, and an example.

Android Protips

Posted by  on  Jun 11, 2012

Michael Pardo offers tips for creating usable and good looking Android applications: remember the user, make everything easy, be nice to the user, the device and yourself.

Writing Usable APIs in Practice

Posted by  on  Feb 24, 2012

Giovanni Asproni presents techniques for writing usable APIs: using user's perspective, naming, the caller should have the control, explicit context, error reporting, logging, organizing.

Fast, Easy Usability Tricks for Big Product Improvements

Posted by  on  Feb 10, 2012

Chris Nodder proposes a 5 steps process to improve a product: watch users using it, interpret what they are doing, generate product ideas, turn ideas into design, let users test the design.

Failure: An Illustrated Guide

Posted by  on  Dec 02, 2009

Avi Bryant explains the iterative process that led to the concept, implementation, and UI of Trendly (http://trendly.com/ ), using Smalltalk, Javascript, Ruby and Java in the process.

The Browser as a Platform

Posted by  on  Aug 14, 2009 1

Ben Galbraith and Dion Almaer present the current status of the browser as a platform and what it takes to be successful: a fast JavaScript engine, using Canvas, thread support, great UI, and others.

Meeting the Challenge of Simplicity

Posted by  on  May 15, 2009 2

This session addresses the abstract notion of 'simplicity', why it is critical in modern UI design, and answers questions, like "Why do design processes and good intentions undermine simplicity?"

Agile Methods and User Centered Design

Posted by  on  Feb 02, 2009

Dave Robertson and John Johnston explain what the Agile and User Centered Design’s (UCD) common denominators are, common values being the most important one in their opinion.

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