User Experience Careers. How to Become a UX Pro, and How to Hire One, interesting (and free !!) report from S. Farrel & J. Nielsen. It analyzes how UX pros educated and trained themselves for their careers.
In 2013 they surveyed 963 people working in the UX field to find out what they do at work, what is most useful to know, and which kinds of people thrive in UX research, interaction design, and information architecture.
Like every beginning of the year, it is time for good intentions and predictions. Today I wanted to meet some of the PREDICTIONS about the present MOBILE DEVICES in 2014.
I’m not delivering a new list of predictions, following items list are the most relevant from the links at the end:
- Wearable computing (as part of Internet Of Things, IOT)
- Flexible/curved screens/displays
- HTML vs native mobile apps
- Apple-Samsung duopoly
- Mobile payments
- More consumers shopping via mobile
- 64-bit computing + powerfull graphics chips
- Displays Beyond 1080p
- 4G connectivity
- New battery capabilities
- New Operating Systems
- Hyper-Local Location
I’ve dedicated part of my ’11 summer time reading Steve Krug’s book “Rocket Surgery Made Easy”; I found it so wonderfull that I enthusiastically recommend its lecture and I’ll spread up wich are (for me) the most outstanding points. Continue reading
Personalmente el término affordance y su significado me tiene cautivado desde que estoy en este mundo de la interacción.
Donald Norman en su ensayo Affordances and Design define el affordance y el perceived affordance, concepto de claro significado pero sin una traducción unánimente aceptada por la comunidad de la IPO en castellano. Continue reading