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  1. Global UX: A Journey

    January 23, 2012

    In our increasingly connected world of 2012, we have more ways of continually learning to better understand, communicate, live, and work with each other, both locally and globally. The old boundaries, borders, and divisions are slowly disappearing, and established systems are starting to break down, making it challenging to learn what this new world means to all of us.

    When it is easy to become a friend of someone who does not live in our neighborhood or even our country, our assumptions about other people start to change. Similarly, the UX research and design professions are seeing a shift that edges us beyond the boundaries within which we live and work, forcing us to look outside our window when designing and improving the products and services we work on. Read More

  2. User Experience Design in Asia

    January 5, 2011

    Over the last few months, as 2010 started winding down, we had the good fortune to travel around Asia to places that included Nanjing and Guangzhou, in China; Singapore, for UX Singapore; and Taipei, Taiwan. We ran workshops, gave presentations, met with members of the local UX communities, and of course, enjoyed the good Asian food that usually gets wrapped around our travel experiences in Asia. Trips we took to New Zealand and Australia—for UX Australia, where Dan gave his presentation “The Value of Asking Why—also gave us some exposure to UX design there. Read More

  3. Publishing and Presenting, Part 3: Presenting

    Practical Usability

    Moving toward a more usable world

    A column by Jim Ross
    January 7, 2013

    If you’ve never presented at a user experience conference, the thought of doing so can seem daunting. As I mentioned in Part 1 of this series, the main reasons people don’t present at conferences are

    • their inability to think of a topic
    • lack of time
    • doubt about being accepted
    • the perceived difficulty of creating a proposal and presentation
    • fear of public speaking

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