May 8th, 2007

Zen and the Art of IA

Book Review of Designing the Obvious

Though Web 2.0 indicates promise for designing user experiences, Clifton Evans holds our feet to the fire of simplicity and draws us a map using Robert Hoekman’s excellent book as a guide.

May 8th, 2007

Everything and the Kitchen Sink:

Book Review of The Persona Lifecycle

Personas can be a great and powerful tool, but do we need a tome to learn to use them? Austin Govella dives into the deep end and gives us a glimpse into Pruit and Adlin’s expansive work.

January 15th, 2007

Keeping Pace with Change

Intuitect Product Review

Documentation isn’t the most fun part of design and IA, but does it have to be the most painful? Samantha Bailey looks at a tool that may help.

November 15th, 2006

Visio Replacement? You Be the Judge

An Introduction to the Newest Simulation Tools

In the same way that the Internet took us to the next level of interaction, complete with rich visuals, simulations are doing the same for application definition. McDowell explores the ins and outs of new simulation tools. Will one of them work for you?

April 19th, 2006

Learning, Doing, Selling: 2006 IA Summit Wrapup: Overview and Pre-conference sessions

The annual IA Summit turned seven this year in Vancouver, and old-timers and first-timers (in just about equal parts) turned up to hear and be heard on topics of tagging, social systems, business strategy, and of course wireframes. Oh, and even more tagging.

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