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Month: March 2011

One thing in common among social media tools

Let’s look at the big picture by taking a step back and see that Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, YouTube, Tumblr, Posterous, Vimeo, Foursquare, Instagram, Gowalla, GetGlue, MySpace, Buzz, DeviantART, Google Reader, Digg, Forrst, Livestream, dribbble, Reddit, Badoo, DailyBooth, Ning, Photobucket, Del.icio.us, StumbleUpon, Orkut, Blip.fm, Ping, Last.fm, blip.tv, meetup.com, Friendster, Bebo, identi.ca,…

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Quick lesson in user experience

Here it is. The most simple explanation of how to properly design a website* for the user.   *by ‘website’ I also mean mobile site, of course.

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Psychology of websites

One of my favourite sessions at this past weekend’s PodCamp Toronto 2011, was given by Brian Cugelman about the psychology of websites. Humans treat computers like humans. In a nutshell, computer systems or websites which appear friendly in looks, wording, and IA, are more attractive to us humans. Systems and…

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