In 2011 there was a study by Jonathan Levav of Columbia Business School looking at parole hearings for inmates of four Israeli prisons, made by eight judges over a ten-month period. The results were very interesting – after a refreshment break, a prisoner’s chances of gaining parole
Anyone that knows me will know that I have an age defying obsession with Sonic the Hedgehog. I still remember the Christmas my parents got me our Sega Mega Drive (Genesis to our overseas cousins). They pretended that we had no more presents after we
The world in 2012 is a multi-channel marketplace. Brands that fail to engage effectively with their audiences at point of need, across their chosen media, are missing out on a large commercial opportunity. There are a wealth of statistics to back up the story. Customers
We talk to Andrew Lucas-Dean from Softandgui about UXToolbox – their entry into the bustling UX software market. Hello and thanks for talking to TheUXReview. First question, for those who haven’t heard of UXToolbox – how would you describe it in one sentence? Awesome!
Laughter is contagious. Going to see a comedian on your own in a room would not be as satisfying an experience as going to see it in a whole room full of people. It’s the reason lots of sitcoms have a laugh track – somehow