All businesses collect user data from somewhere (and often everywhere). From analytics and customer behavior to design and usability, different teams within a company get their data from different sources. All of this user research results in piles and piles … Read More
Our friends, best-selling UX authors Steve Krug, Lou Rosenfeld, and Luke Wroblewski, are having workshops March 5-7 in our backyard — Mountain View, CA. Register by Friday, February 10, 2012, and they’ll give you a free UserTesting.com study. Free mini-usability study … Continue reading ?
Without direct user testing, it can be tough to determine whether or not your website's navigation and content works for its current users. But that's where your search bar comes in. UX Booth Editor-in-Chief Andrew Maier chats with the esteemed Lou Rosenfeld about his new book on the subject of Site Search Analytics. Advertise here with BSA
A gold mine is hiding in the data generated by website search engines, yet many site owners pay little attention to the analytics those engines yield. Author Lou Rosenfeld explains why site search is worth your time.
[This post is part of a series on Mentors and Heroes] Louis Rosenfeld is an independent information architecture consultant, and founder and publisher of Rosenfeld Media, a publishing house focused on user experience books. He is the co-author of Information Architecture for the World Wide Web. Show More Summary
Woah, Postalicious was broken and I didn’t even know it. Just fixed the plugin. Notebook 1: Paul Hughes & Design Thinking - a set on Flickr Beautiful sketch notes Redesign Must Die presentation by Lou Rosenfeld Lou Rosenfeld hates the term "redesign". Find out way MAYOR BLOOMBERG OUTLINES 11 INITIATIVES TO SUPPORT NEW YORK CITY'S FINANCIAL SERVICES SECTOR AND ENCOURAGE [...]
I arrived in rainy Vancouver late last night on Cathay Pacific’s once-a-day non-stop flight from JFK, along with Lou Rosenfeld, Peter March and Liz Danzico. I’m here to attend Interaction|09, the second annual conference organized by the Interaction Design Association a.k.a. IxDA. If you’re here and we haven’t met yet, please come over and say [...]
In mid-December, the venerable Lou Rosenfeld asked me if I would join the UXnet board of directors. Saying no to Lou would have been wildly foolish. After all, he literally wrote the book on information architecture. Initially published in February 1998, Information Architecture for the World Wide Web, co-written with Peter Morville, is one of [...]