Monthly Archives: January 2013

Usability Testing = Assessment?

Is usability testing a form (or a subset) of assessment?  This question applies to all organizations, not just libraries.  I’m beginning to think the answer is yes.  Interestingly, I never recognized (or even considered) a correlation between the two until … Continue reading

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Make It More Usable!

I’ve decided to start a series within my blog titled Make It More Usable!  The premise is to analyze an object, product, or service that has usability/UXD issues and offer up ideas on how to make it more usable and … Continue reading

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Windows 8

I’ve recently been reading reviews of the new Windows 8 operating system.  One particular review, titled “Usability expert finds Windows 8 on a PC confusing” and written by Avram Piltch, caught my eye.  In it, Piltch describes the Windows 8 interface … Continue reading

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