Tag: usability

Sketchnotes from UX Cambridge 2016

I got some new pastel and grey tone Promarker pens just in time for UX Cambridge conference this year.  Here are the results…                              


Usability of sewing patterns

My first post of the new year is about sewing patterns, but don’t let that put you off, if that’s not your thing.  It’s actually a case study in usability in the real world… The story I guess lots of you will have heard of Cath Kidston, the sewing and home-style legend – well I…


Usability in complex domains: what’s the optimal route for UX success in bioinformatics?

To pursue a career in usability practice for a complex domain, such as bioinformatics, what is the best career route to take?  Is it best to train in usability evaluation – more formally known as Human Computer Interactions (HCI) first, then to learn about a specific domain later?  Or is it better to be a…