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User Interface Design and UX Design: 80+ Important Research Papers Covering Peer-Reviewed and Informal Studies

Important peer-reviewed and informally published recent research on user interface design and user experience (UX) design. For the benefit of clients and colleagues we have culled a list of approximately 70 curated recent research publications dealing with user interface design, UX design and e-commerce optimization. In our opinion these publications represent some of the best … Continue reading User Interface Design and UX Design: 80+ Important Research Papers Covering Peer-Reviewed and Informal Studies

Why Flappy Bird Is / Was So Successful And Popular But So Difficult To Learn: A Cognitive Teardown Of The User Experience (UX)

Promised simplicity, delivered deep complexity  One of the fascinating conundrums in the science of man-machine design is the human mind’s complete inability to accurately assess the operational complexity of a given user interface by visual inspection. It turns out the human operating system is hardwired to judge the complexity of almost anything based on visual/spatial … Continue reading Why Flappy Bird Is / Was So Successful And Popular But So Difficult To Learn: A Cognitive Teardown Of The User Experience (UX)

Milestones and Missteps UX/UI Design Review for 2013: Winners and Losers… Not the Usual Suspects

2013 UX year in review: In terms of User Experience (UX) milestones and missteps, 2013 failed to produce industry-altering innovations like 2007 with the introduction of the first iPhone or 2012 with the demise of Blackberry. Yet on another level, UX design in 2013 gave us a glimpse at the rapidly broadening definition of UX … Continue reading Milestones and Missteps UX/UI Design Review for 2013: Winners and Losers… Not the Usual Suspects

Wishing You and Your Technology Success in 2014… and Goodbye to Engelbart from MauroNewMedia

MauroNewMedia Sponsor / PulseUX Blog and NYTECH UX Design Series 2013-2014 In case you missed our major blog posts from 2013, here is a summary of links: Why Candy Crush Saga is So Successful and Popular But Will Never Be an Angry Birds: A Cognitive Tear Down of the User Experience (UX) User-Centered Design in … Continue reading Wishing You and Your Technology Success in 2014… and Goodbye to Engelbart from MauroNewMedia

Breaking Bad vs. Facebook: 10 things Walt’s meth lab and Zuck’s Facebook have in common

Some comparisons are simply too compelling to pass up, especially when they seem so unlikely, yet under the covers, turn out to be startling in their alignments. Such is the comparison between the creation and maintenance of Walter White’s successful meth lab business as depicted in the hit AMC Series “Breaking Bad” and the creation … Continue reading Breaking Bad vs. Facebook: 10 things Walt’s meth lab and Zuck’s Facebook have in common

Why Candy Crush Saga is So Successful and Popular But Will Never Be an Angry Birds: A Cognitive Tear Down of the User Experience (UX)

The Big Question  Why are certain computer-based games so compelling, while others fail entirely to draw us in? The answer to this persistent question, a question game designers struggle to grasp every day, is complex, but also on a certain level surprisingly straightforward. I have written and spoken on this topic at conferences and explored … Continue reading Why Candy Crush Saga is So Successful and Popular But Will Never Be an Angry Birds: A Cognitive Tear Down of the User Experience (UX)