Archive for November 2009

Andrew Maier on Long-tail User Experience

Maier nails it: Good user experience isn’t something that can’t be “bolted on” after a website or application has been built. It needs to live within the application’s development process, and breathe in every interaction a user has thereafter. He makes some great points about considering the user experience at initial exposure, continued use, and […]

On Twitter’s “Listed” As A Popularity Metric

Everyone’s looking for a good metric on defining the breadth of your influence on Twitter. Sure, you could just look at the number of retweets or favorites, or you could look at MG Siegler’s “Golden Ratio” discussed a few months back, but what if you really want to know where you stand on the pulse of […]