Writing for the User Experience with Rebecca Blakiston

Rebecca Blakiston — author of books on usability testing and writing with clarity; Library Journal mover and shaker — talks shop and makes the case for
content strategy, using active and authentic voice, removing unnecessary words, writing meaningful titles/headings, using parallelism, and more. (53:25)

August 1, 2017 by Michael Schofield Michael Schofield

Our first LibUX Virtual Meetup is on Wednesday, May 17th, at 4PM EST

I’m not utilizing any forms or eventbrites for this one. Just holler on twitter (@schoeyfield) or join our Slack channel.

May 9, 2017 by Michael Schofield Michael Schofield

Siri, Enable VoiceOver

Testing for accessibility is still a far cry from the experience of someone actually caring about the content on the screen.

May 8, 2017 by Michael Schofield Michael Schofield
April 28, 2017 by Michael Schofield Michael Schofield

Listen: On design in user stories and user experience departments (20:48)

In this episode of Metric, Michael Schofield answers questions about the role of design in agile user stories, the necessary technical skills required to do UX work, as well as the benefit of user experience departments in organizations.

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Listen: Ugh, UX Ph.D’s (25:55)

The first of a new question-and-answer style episode of Metric: a User Experience Podcast. In this one, we’ll mull over UX Certifications, the limits of a Ph.D in UX, and guerrilla usability testing.

CSS Variables and WebVR in Edge, and ISPs can screw us

Also: VPN downloads spike, Ionic 3.0 drops, Twitter creates a progressive web app, and more.

April 13, 2017 by Michael Schofield Michael Schofield

Listen: Google makes JPEGs faster, and the Digital Divide persists (5:44)

It is Tuesday, March 28th, and you are tuned-in to W3 Radio. Here’s the news in under ten minutes about the world wide web.

March 28, 2017 by Michael Schofield Michael Schofield
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