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Why is this in Spanish?

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet… This familiar pseudo-Latin often marks the beginning of a larger block of placeholder gibberish. Dolorem ipsum, the source of the first two words is Latin for ‘pain itself’, and when testing a prototype that’s often...
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Windows 10 and its User Experience

Windows 10 is here, and it’s supposedly ‘the last version of Windows’ to be made. That’s a bold statement from a company that hasn’t consistently released awesome, well accepted, and highly adopted operating systems. There are companies...
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Is Convenience Draining American’s Bank Accounts?

As a UX Researcher/Architect at User Insight (Ui), I’m constantly trying out new services and products to evaluate the good, the bad, and the ugly to help inform my day-to-day consulting and market awareness. It will come to you as no surprise that...
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Design Research & Wearable Technology

My last blog post touched on the importance of an iterative, user centered design approach for the development of successful wearable devices. But what does this mean for the way we work at User Insight? An important consideration to bear in mind is wearables...
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Who Believes in Magic?

I believe in Magic. Or at least I believe what they are trying to pull off. For those of you who have not yet heard of Magic, it is an SMS text based service for… well, almost anything. Foregoing the traditional route of app or web based services (Airbnb,...
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