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
The infinite scroll problem. I would absolutely love to leave a comment on all these great fan submitted images, but the problem is every time I scroll down to the bottom of the page to add a comment, more images are loaded and the
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
The journey planner on TFL is an example of technical limitations being pushed forward to the user interface. The user is forced to make a choice of how to search before they actually search. Interestingly if you type a postcode the system detects and auto-sets