Here are some thoughts from today about a discussion we had on Twitter about representing a message property in a messaging app UI. I’ve tried to make it as coherent as possible. I may have failed. Hopefully not. What is TextSecure? Textsecure is the excellent SMS and data messaging app 1)Textsecure on Wikipedia from WhisperSystems […]
This post is to give the people from Telestream and IPEVO some extra information about the problem I have using our excellent IPEVO P2V camera with Telestream’s fantastic Screenflow software. Hopefully you can help me sort this problem out. I use Screenflow and my IPEVO camera as a mobile guerrilla usability testing lab which I […]
An excellent TEDx talk by Lorrie Faith Cranor 1)Lorrie Faith Cranor’s website on passwords used by users. It’s a combination of some of her previous research into passwords used by users. Cited research: Correct horse battery staple: Exploring the usability of system-assigned passphrases 2)Shay, Patrick Kelley, Komanduri, Mazurek, Ur, Vidas et al References [ + ] […]
Hello, My name is Bernard and I am a user experience professional. I am not your “normal” UX professional. I’ll explain why. This is my newest corner of the Internets. I’ve been writing on and off on “the Internets” since the late 1990s. I went through the usual phase of inane writings, to regular writing […]
From Joy of Tech comic strip. I’m not exactly sure “password” was ever a good password. I think it was more a case of the majority of people choosing not to exploit bad passwords.
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This months’edition of the UX Magazine is now available online. I’ve made them into an ebook which you can download for your epub reader.