Tonight: Speaking at AmsterdamUX

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Monthly Meeting

Wednesday, Jun 4, 2014, 7:00 PM

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Oudezijds Voorburgwal 274

70 UXers Attending

Our regular monthly meeting on the first wednesday of every month!Hanna Zoon will tell us about how she created a toolbox for performing UX research, which can be used without having any experience or knowledge of UX. Big help for small businesses, or are UX skills required to preform proper analysis? Join us for the discussion!This month’s meeti…

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“Hanna Zoon will tell us about how she created a toolbox for performing UX research, which can be used without having any experience or knowledge of UX. Big help for small businesses, or are UX skills required to preform proper analysis? Join us for the discussion!”

Schedule:

19:00  Welcome & drinks
19:30  Introduction
19:40  “Do-it-yourself UX – Threat or opportunity”
20:30  Food, drinks, social

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I’m speaking at Chi Sparks!

Inclusive design is the area of HCI where we aim to empower users through products and services that match their capabilities. Zoon, Cremers, & Eggen offer a toolbox, consisting of an app and a book, that helps designers in practice to find suitable research methods for a range of specific groups of users, such as elderly people, or people with low literacy.

Include – the Movie

(I apologise for not being able to show the video or the prototype anymore)

To celebrate finishing the final prototype of Include, the toolbox for inclusive design and user research, here’s a video showing the app.

Also have a look at the working prototype and check out the methods!

How to make a Paper Boat

Today I was looking for a picture of a paper boat to illustrate my graduation project, and I realised I didn’t actually know how to make one. Inspired by the non-relenting popularity of my post about origami flowers from years back, here’s how to make a paper boat. Happy folding!

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UXcampNL talk about the Include Toolbox

The UXcampNL `unconference’ was held at the TU/e, November 16 2013.

2013 Blog Stats – Happy New Year

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 17,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

FMP: Include

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See the app – a working prototype

Read the book – about inclusive design, user research, user group info, inclusive design best practices

(I apologise for not being able to show the book or prototype anymore)