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100 User Experience Design & Evaluation Methods for Your Toolkit

100 User Experience Design & Evaluation Methods for Your Toolkit
OK, we’re only at number 19 so far, there’s still a way to go. Still, what’s there so far suggests it’ll be an amazing series. As the site doesn’t make it easy to see all of the methods so far, here’s a list of what’s there to date: Each method comes with discussion of the strengths and weaknesses, as well as other resources. The list was started in January 2011, so we’ve probably got a while to go until we get the full list (6 months, eh?), but it’s certainly worth keeping an eye on. Vicky Teinaki An England-based Kiwi, Vicky is doing a PhD at Northumbria University into how designers can better talk about touch and products.

http://johnnyholland.org/2012/01/100-user-experience-ux-design-and-evaluation-methods-for-your-toolkit/

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