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UX clichés are also testing clichés

If enough people work in a discipline for long enough, eventually they’re going to start noticing patterns and poking fun at their own clichés. Testing has our fair share: “works on my machine” comes to mind. Someone in the UX group at work recently shared a list of user research and design clichés. Some highlights… Read more

Highlights from one day at Web Unleashed 2018

I pretended to be a Front-End Developer for the day on Monday and attended some sessions at FITC’s Web Unleashed conference. Here are some of the things I found interesting, paraphrasing my notes from each speaker’s talk. Responsive Design – Beyond Our Devices Ethan Marcotte talked about the shift from pages as the central element in… Read more

Seven things I learned at CAST

My CAST debrief from last week ended up being mostly about personal reflection, but I also wanted to call out the some of the things I picked up more specific to testing. After going through my notes I picked out what I thought where the important themes or interesting insights. There are many other tidbits,… Read more