Entre psychologie cognitive et design informatique, plongée dans l’UX, l’art de manipuler les joueurs de jeu vidéo
Entre psychologie cognitive et design informatique, plongée dans l’UX, l’art de manipuler les joueurs de jeu vidéo
Where to put #buttons on #forms
Align the primary button to the left edge of the inputs
illuminate a clear path to completion. Aligning inputs and actions with a strong vertical axis clearly communicates how to go about completing a form."
This layout also helps screen magnifier users to see it without having to pan across.
Les boutons des formulaires de #SPIP seraient mal placés ?
Dans cette présentation où je suis pourtant d’accord avec tes conseils pour le reste, tu dis qu’ il ne faut jamais justifier un texte .
Là, je désapprouve.
Je n’ai pas de preuve à apporter, mais juste une sensation. Mais je suis capable d’en tirer des hypothèses.
Je pense qu’en dessous d’un certain nombre de mots par ligne et d’un minimum de qualité apportée à la justification (règles de typo, césures, largeur de blanc maxi), elle rend plus service qu’elle ne dessert.
J’ai l’impression qu’elle fixe des points de références que l’oeil repère à chaque fin de ligne et le fait que ces points soient alignés produit une habitude pour le mouvement oculaire.
J’ai aussi remarqué que sur papier (donc sans gène de scintillement ni de sur-luminosité) elle permet de fournir moins d’effort que l’équivalent aligné à gauche.
L’anti-UX existe, IBM l’a fait !
Voici un échange entre lui et moi...
Messages du programme
Fichier sauvegarde SAVF_PGM de QGPL contient déjà des données. (C G).
Répondez, puis appuyez sur ENTREE.
Longueur de la réponse supérieure à 1.
Là, il semble important de savoir que
C = Cancel (= No)
G = Go (= Yes)
The Best Product/UX Interview Question
The Best User Interview QuestionUser Interviews are awesome.They’re one of the first UX Research strategies I advocate for on many cases. They can help us understand what the problems are, why are they happening and even discover opportunities.There are many things we can ask the user, and each project has its peculiarities. However, from my personal experience, there’s one question which works on all kinds of contexts. I love it. It’s the best User Interview question I know, by far. Here I share my precious, without further ado.The Best User Interview Question is:Tell me about the last time you __.That’s it.It’s the first question I usually ask. I might do 1-hour interviews where everything originates just from this single question. And it always generates insights. No exception. I call it (...)
How #ai-Based #ux Design Will Shape the Future of Business Branding
rootinfosol.comWhile Artificial intelligence (AI) is used mainly for predicting human actions based on data analytics and interpretation, the User Experience (UX) principle also focuses on anticipating the course of user behavior. So, they have a connection, right? When both try to anticipate human behavior, they can work hand in hand in different contexts. This is why in the context of mobile user experience, AI is playing an important a role.AI can really shape the user experience in more ways than one, and when doing so, it can positively impact business branding. Here we are going to explain how this is happening.Having an In-Depth Understanding of the UserThe earlier version of AI was algorithms that on the basis of user data and rules of dealing with them could make choices and (...)
I Think my Company Needs Some #ux
I Think My Company Needs Some UXThere comes a time when a team, company or leader starts to consider whether User Experience (UX) might come in handy.Some people never heard about it.Some people saw someone do it at their previous company.Some people got their business going down like a comet on fire with a product where customers are spitting lava and nobody knows what to do.If any of these fit your case, I’m glad you’re here.Now, this is not a guide on how to become a UX Designer. Also, I’m not going to define UX or explain the details of each process.This is about HOW: How to start doing it inside a Company, by understanding when to do each process and the way to approach it.Getting Everyone On BoardIf you or anyone on the team don’t know yet what is the expected outcome from UX, we need to (...)
This is the second chapter in the story of Branch (we published Deep Linking is Not Enough, covering our rise to become the industry’s leading deep link and user experience platform, two years ago).Attribution is deceptively difficult. Every mobile marketer considers it critical, and yet many people still feel there is vast opportunity for improvement.How is this possible? For something that is so important to the modern marketing ecosystem, why are so many of the available options for attribution so disappointing?The underlying problem is that the mobile attribution platforms we use today are chips off the same old block: technologies that were designed to passively measure a single channel or platform. This is a perfect example of “if your only tool is a hammer, everything looks like a (...)
Playing Space Invaders With Your Own Voice
Top 5 New #seo Trends For Your Website in 2019
SEO Trends 2019Google has made changes regarding mobile responsiveness and website speed related efforts to make sure they’re delievering the most optimized search results. Now, let’s get into the nitty-gritty of these changes right away.Mobile-First IndexingProceeding from last years trend of mobile raking, Google is still doing much effort in looking at a mobile version of your website for the purpose of ranking and indexing. This does not matter whether you have a mobile version on your website. If not, Google still looks at a desktop version to rank your page. However, users with mobile devices won’t be able to navigate and read your page. This page is not displayed to them. For that case, you will need to update your website for mobile browsing. In this way, Google will be able (...)
#inspiration for #ux Designers: Putting the User First
by JON on Aug 17, 2018Good UX #design is all about putting the user first. Any aspect of a website or app that doesn’t consider the user’s needs fails.“People ignore design that ignores people.”— Frank Chimero, DesignerNike90 Store by Balraj ChanaSpace Odyssey by MadeByStudioJQYomes — Renters Transparency Initiative by Claudio GuglieriWork hard by JONNorthFace by Eddie LobanovskiySurf Article Interaction by Bradley ZifferDivers App Concept by DannnielCharity Website by Riko Sapto DimoMotel | Food App by Johny vino™Youtube concept design — profile by Yi Li for HiwowMarble Interactive TV App — Case Study by Afrian Hanafi for PaperpillarExperimental Work by Divan RajPhotography Blog by Charles PattersonMovies Site by Aji DarmawanHQ Food Delivery Homepage by Aleks FaureIphone X Instagram Concept by Ivan (...)
Vers des variantes plus ergonomiques de claviers français.
Perso, je suis en Bépo depuis 9 ans, donc je suis mal placé pour comprendre la nouveauté qu’il y a la dessous. Mais apparemment, tant qu’aucun institut de normalisation ne s’intéressait à la question, cela restait un truc de geeks.
Maintenant, c’est bien engagé pour devenir le standard de demain : le BÉPO.
Fini les lamentables collages de gommettes sur de vieux claviers !
Ce n’est évidemment pas la première fois que nous en parlons ici, puisque nous avions déjà retourné le sujet il y a 2 ans :
Sur mon 1er smartphone (2014), j’avais réinstallé un clavier T9… mes doigts sont trop gros pour un clavier complet sur un petit écran. C’était un 2"5… même pour des doigts fins, c’est pas bien grand. Le T9, j’ai appris la téléphonie mobile avec, alors je maîtrise.
J’avais tenté des variantes à touches glissée (clic+mouvement), c’était insupportable. Leur gros défaut, c’est qu’il faut bien tenir son téléphone. Alors que T9 tu peux taper n’importe comment, c’est résiliant.
En faisant mes recherches qui m’avaient conduites à remettre un T9, j’avais aussi vu que sur Android, il existe pleins de dispositions de clavier. Dont certaines sont pensées pour une écriture mono-main (droite ou gauche, au choix).
Le plus relou, c’est quand même de bouger les pouces latéralement. tandis que plier les pouces, ça passe.
Joget DX Open Source Digital Transformation Platform Now Available for Preview
The Joget team is proud to announce that the first preview release for Joget DX is now available for download!What is Joget DX?Joget DX is a next generation open source application platform for faster, simpler digital transformation (DX). Joget DX combines the best of business process automation, workflow management and low code application development in a simple, flexible and open platform. With Joget DX business and technical teams can collaborate to rapidly build full-fledged enterprise applications visually, anywhere, anytime.Joget started as the open source Joget Workflow project on SourceForge in 2009. Initially a workflow engine for business process automation, Joget evolved into a full-fledged application development platform in its third major release Joget Workflow v3 in (...)
Foldable devices are the future!
But not before we solve the issues with their screens.A new touch #technology for Foldables and Dual-screen devices.I had this idea about HoverSense to improve touchscreen technology back when I purchased the 1st iPad. In fact, I started developing initial concepts in early 2014, right after I left Cisco and before I joined Microsoft.The original goal was to help visually impaired people and even blind people to use touch devices in a better way (there are more than 300 million blind people around the world).But then, after receiving feedback from a few of my friends, peers and colleagues, I realized that I’ve got something even more unique here, something that can come handy when we eventually start seeing foldable devices, something that can change the way we all use touchscreens and (...)
Why #ux Design Must Be the Foundation of Your Software Product
“A user interface is like a joke. If you have to explain it, it’s not that good.” — Martin LeBlanc, IconfinderIt is an open secret that product design today is primarily about convenience and benefits for users. The best, most successful products embody flawless user experience.We at SumatoSoft strive to incorporate best practices in software we build for clients — and user experience design (UX) is one of them.So what is exactly user experience design?User experience design is the process of creating products that provide relevant and significant experiences to users based on their behaviour analysis. By analyzing the behavior of users, UX design identifies their motives and creates optimum digital experiences for them. The main objective of UX design is to improve the way users interact with (...)
The Old New Thing
#blockchain Should Think More About #mobile And #ux
Let’s face it — there is absolutely no way to deny that technology has absolutely revolutionized human civilization forever. While we used to work to create our own food through agriculture, we can now click on a device that fits in our pocket and has products and goods of all kinds shipped to our front doorstep within a day or two, and access information immediately and for free when it otherwise would have taken a considerable amount of time and money. There are all sorts of emerging trends that many believe will continue this revolution, including artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and others. Two of these trends are undoubtedly blockchain and mobile.There are more people than ever that believe that blockchain will be quite disruptive. We know that Facebook, which is used (...)
#ethereum #ux Tools: The Ultimate Guide
Let’s get started:There’s a huge learning curve for any experienced developer looking to break into the world of decentralized applications (dapps) for the first time.Building with blockchains is hard — from deciding which platform to build on top of to learning the intricacies of each smart contracting protocol… There is a lot of ground to cover for new developers.And even after learning the ins and outs of core Ethereum tools — solidity, truffle, infura — you still have to solve for usability hurdles.Luckily, there are a number of tools that have been shipped over the last couple of months to take on some of these challenges for you. We’ve compiled this list to help you understand which projects are solving different web 3 UX challenges.Hopefully this will give you a better picture of usability in (...)
Writing for #blockchain: wallet signature request messages
Issue #1 — the what, why, WHAT? of wallet signature requestsThis article is for you if you’re curious about the #design problems in the blockchain space. If you don’t have a writer on your team, or you’re looking to improve your blockchain product’s onboarding #ux. If you’re thinking about the challenge of getting your product into more hands than the existing, tech-savvy blockchain community. Or all of the above.I’m Ryan, Lead UX content designer for the Rimble design system team over at ConsenSys. And I want to help teams write better blockchain applications that anyone can understand.Rimble’s goal is to create:an adaptable system of guidelines and components to support the best practices of dApp (decentralised application) UX design. Built as an open-source project, the Web 3 Design System helps (...)
Journey Through FinovateEurope 2019
Jim Marous and UXDA’s presenter Karlis JonassNo doubt, if there’s a place you could call the innovation epicenter of the financial world, it’s #finovate. It brings voice to the future banking and illuminates what will be the common practice of tomorrow. This year UXDA stepped on the stage beside other world’s leading finance innovators and influencers to demonstrate which direction the financial industry is heading to. UXDA outlined the rising significance of delightful user experience #design in financial services — definitely one of the routes the future of banking will take. Here’s a recap of the most remarkable Finovate memories to inspire every financial professional who aims to reinvent banking.▻https://medium.com/media/ef2ac6d98e08e1e48f6da3de24525bf3/hrefMissionThe world of finance is (...)
The Product Owner — #scrum’s Great Success and Failure
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#ai is Having a Big Impact on Web Design, and it’s Only the Beginning
Photo: Production Perig / Adobe StockBack in 1993, the introduction of the Mosaic graphical web browser touched off a revolution in the way the public experienced and used the growing internet. Ever since, web designers the world over have worked continuously to establish and refine what solid #ux design means online. Some of the evolutions have been the result of advancing technology, such as the rise of broadband internet enabling multimedia content, or the development of the HTML5 standard. Others have come from data-driven studies of what works and what doesn’t and an iterative process to reach perfection.Any way you look at it, however, the field of web design has spent the last 25 years growing and changing our collective vision of what the internet can and should look like. Now, (...)
UX is not Communitarian !
Sans vouloir faire dans le communautarisme, je trouve au fil de mes expériences informatiques que certaines communautés de projets (libre) ne savent pas prendre en compte l’expérience utilisateur.
Non qu’ils n’en fassent pas ou qu’il n’essayent pas... mais il y a souvent de gros angles morts bien rebutants.
C’est un peu comme si ils considéraient comme acquis un fort niveau technique de la part de leurs utilisateurs sans capacité à remettre en cause leur communication et leur capacité à rendre accessible les fonctions de base.
Customizing is not trivial !!!
Lorsque des fonctions de base sont rendues « trop disponibles » par le fait d’avoir plein de choix pour le faire. Et qu’on entre directement que le champ de la customisation, c’est là où s’arrête l’UX à mes yeux. Il faut 1 solution claire, simple, sans effort (et s’il faut, lente, moche et limitée) mais c’est un point d’entrée pour comprendre les autres solutions.