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The UX of Data - Mind in OpenData

The UX of Data - Mind in OpenData | Web UX | Scoop.it
  In my previous article, The Coming Zombie Apocalypse, I discussed how small, cheap, web-connected devices are overturning our old-school assumptions about devices and applications.

I assume most readers are familiar with the concept of cloud computing, but it's a very broad concept encompassing a wide range of technologies.

This article will focus on a core aspect, the storage of a user's data outside of their personal devices. This is a very disruptive shift that enables user experiences that would be impossible with only local storage, and creates a new facet of design: the UX of data.
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Web UX la conf. eXpérience Utilisateur

Le 26 Mai 2011 - Ecole des Mines - Nîmes.

Ce qui semble simple et facile au créateur de site, au chef de projet ou au designer devient, quelquefois, un obstacle insurmontable pour l’utilisateur.

Or, naviguant sur un site internet, si on est bloqué ou même simplement ralenti, on va voir ailleurs !

Web UX, ce sont les outils et les méthodes pour prendre en compte le comportement réel des utilisateurs et faciliter leur navigation.

Le site - http://web-ux.org
Réserver - http://ticket.web-ux.org
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UX: Don’t Hate, Participate | UX Magazine

UX: Don’t Hate, Participate | UX Magazine | Web UX | Scoop.it
Gaining constructive participation of other teams is imperative to legitimatize your UX organization and to help ensure that UX is fully integrated into and utilized in future projects.

Other teams will trust and depend on your team more when they understand your process and feel like they are participating.
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Forte croissance des offres d'emploi UX

DIRECTV is seeking a Senior Front End Engineer...

Growing Software Company is looking for a talented User Experience...

Work on the latest and future tech platforms in mobile...

Los Angeles based, Internet Brands, Inc. is currently seeking...

We are looking for a Senior UX Designer...
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Building Interactive Html Prototypes - UX Movement

Building Interactive Html Prototypes - UX Movement | Web UX | Scoop.it
If you design desk­top or mobile user inter­faces, you know how valu­able it is to get a pro­to­type out there for feed­back. Design­ing highly inter­ac­tive user inter­faces today requires a tool that shows how a pro­to­type looks and behaves. With such a tool, you would no longer be lim­ited to just a sta­tic image. You would be able to view and test the pro­to­type in any browser and inter­act with it.
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Benjamin Servet - 16h40

Benjamin Servet - 16h40 | Web UX | Scoop.it
This is beyond mere response to user needs and to offer a true experience.

Since everything is a source of creativity, inspiration can be extended outside the context of the industry.

Thus, brainstorming is relevant when varying vantage points and generating fresh ideas.

It requires a multidisciplinary team that blends business, talents and energies.
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Nicolas Hoizey - 15h30

Nicolas Hoizey - 15h30 | Web UX | Scoop.it
Users do not wait, Nicolas speaks on the first visible under a site, display time.

The first instinct when it comes to Web performance is to turn to test scalability and server-side optimizations, while optimizing the client-side performance can be simpler, more efficient and more profitable.
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Muriel Vandermeulen - 14h20

Muriel Vandermeulen - 14h20 | Web UX | Scoop.it
We shouls start by the content...

A website has everything to offer optimal service: open 24 out of 24 visitors are expected to easily find what they want...

Anyone's dreaming of this Web. Yet in reality, we are still far off.

Without words, any Web interface, Internet site or other online media would be an inert body.
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Sophie Gubert - 13h30

Sophie Gubert - 13h30 | Web UX | Scoop.it
whether this is measured, it is primarily to evaluate the online experience of users in order to optimize and improve efficiency.

Web Analytics is an approach that naturally complements UX, which should help you answer some key questions.
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Antoine Luu - 11h40

Antoine Luu - 11h40 | Web UX | Scoop.it
Unparalleled experience of eye tracking, live testing.

We'll probably seek for sites of "masters" who had said "i can fool this machine"....
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Sebastien Desbenoit - 10h40

Sebastien Desbenoit - 10h40 | Web UX | Scoop.it
Social networks were not born with the Internet but in the 50s! It is a British sociologist who, by observing human relationships, has defined these structures for the first time. These studies relations in a group of people have enabled the development of a set of laws of social networks.
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The UX of Data - Mind in OpenData

The UX of Data - Mind in OpenData | Web UX | Scoop.it
  In my previous article, The Coming Zombie Apocalypse, I discussed how small, cheap, web-connected devices are overturning our old-school assumptions about devices and applications.

I assume most readers are familiar with the concept of cloud computing, but it's a very broad concept encompassing a wide range of technologies.

This article will focus on a core aspect, the storage of a user's data outside of their personal devices. This is a very disruptive shift that enables user experiences that would be impossible with only local storage, and creates a new facet of design: the UX of data.
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Sylvie Daumal - 9h00

Sylvie Daumal - 9h00 | Web UX | Scoop.it
Sylvie is important in French UX community, she founded UX Paris...

In Web UX she explains how and why User eXperience varies and changes over time and circumstances.

Stored as memories, the users' experiences away from immediate time perception to form a complex reconstructed mental object made of stories and interactions.
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Aline Chevalier - 17h50

Aline Chevalier - 17h50 | Web UX | Scoop.it
...specifically, we will focus on how users watch, select and process information in a Web document, how they operate and how they finally seek information with a search engine.
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Make less more

Make less more | Web UX | Scoop.it
What if instead of adding new features, a company concentrated on making the service or product much easier to use?

Or making it much easier to access the advanced features it already has, but that few can master?

Maybe what they lose in market share in one area will be more than compensated for in another area. In a lot of markets, it’s gotten so bad out there that simply being usable is enough to make a product truly remarkable.”

Kathy Sierra
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Chart junk isn't as bad as you think

Chart junk isn't as bad as you think | Web UX | Scoop.it
As you create charts and graphs, you are telling a story. You are imposing your bias and view as a designer onto the data. It is best if you can do it in an independent manner, to let the data shine through, but this isn’t always possible.
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Understanding the journey

Understanding the journey | Web UX | Scoop.it
How you arrive somewhere is almost as important as where you were going in the first place.

It doesn’t matter if it is a website, a boutique clothing store or a diner somewhere in middle America—humans are strongly affected by our surroundings and, for better or for worse, create an emotional connection to the destination based on the journey which brought them there in the first place.
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The term “UX” is becoming like duct tape. People are sticking it everywhere.

The term “UX” is becoming like duct tape. People are sticking it everywhere. | Web UX | Scoop.it
Take, for example, the UX-related jobs titles people are using these days, essentially a concatenation of UX on the front of an existing thing: UX designer (a term I’ve used), UX architect, UX consultant, UX researcher. The other day I even saw UX web developer. (I have no idea what this means).
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Constraints drive creativity.

Constraints drive creativity. | Web UX | Scoop.it
While I like to think that on our very best days designers might actually reach enlightenment, I think the answer is more simple than that. I think that constraints (real constraints) force us to cut things out of our design.
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Emmanuel Levi-Valensi - 9h30

Emmanuel Levi-Valensi - 9h30 | Web UX | Scoop.it
Founder and Director of PIA, Emmanuel has a surprise for Web UX !

Discover how to prototype effectively an application, test it with users and enhance collaboration between ergonomists, designer and developer.

Based on a real case concerning Quality (establish a panel dedicated to manage improvement actions).
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Yvan Douenel - 11h00

Yvan Douenel - 11h00 | Web UX | Scoop.it
Relationship between accessibility and usability is not so obvious.

The conference aims to show you the essential steps of this users' experience that should bring web designers to the needs of visually impaired people who perceive a website.
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Never stop looking ahead

Never stop looking ahead | Web UX | Scoop.it
Ultimately, my job as a designer is to look into the future. Its not to use any frame of reference that exists, really. My job is about what is going to happen, not what has happened.” - Marc Newson
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