Month: May 2014

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Last Saturday I attended UX camp Switzerland. A very good event to learn about user experience, human-centered design, usability testing, MVP and prototyping tools. Talks I listened to: Stefanie Klekamp presented lots of background info on the Think Aloud usability testing method. Which I found useful. She explained the theories behind the method and also …

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A backlink for today’s Smashing Magazine newsletter

I like today’s edition. I started tweeting some of the links. "Speaking and Audience tips" http://t.co/QyTckWfLkZ — ✁___CollectThisTweet (@nchenga) May 27, 2014 "Listen and think before you tweet. " http://t.co/Rzg49E0wS1 Essential these days c.f old blog post from 09 http://t.co/EEiCvuJS91 — ✁___CollectThisTweet (@nchenga) May 27, 2014 buzzwords we hate but use all the same http://t.co/TbmjFyJO4T …

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Links and ideas from last week’s WordCamp in Zürich #wcch

I attended the WordCamp in Zurich last Saturday. It’s been a while since I attended a similar geek event and I enjoyed listening to others. It was encouraging to hear about WordPress. I’ve used WordPress since September 2004. And it’s truly a great sign of continuity that WordPress is still here. Not only that, but …

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