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Desarae Veit
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UI Designer at a leading large-scale IT contractor for defense, intelligence, civilian government and private business solutions. My tweets, comments and blog posts are my views and not reflective of my employer.
UI Designer at a leading large-scale IT contractor for defense, intelligence, civilian government and private business solutions. My tweets, comments and blog posts are my views and not reflective of my employer.

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Feedback/Ideas for Audible.com and Audible Applications
Recommendations for Audible I wish that I could provide feedback directly from the iPhone or Android app. I wish that if the application crashed it would save which items have been read or marked as finished. In the list of books it would be nice to see how...

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Design & Laws for Usable Systems
Dix, Finlay,  Aboud  & Beale (2003): Introduction to “Human-Computer Interaction.”

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Consider Good Human Factors
“If consideration for good human factors is given early in the design process, considerable savings in both money and possibly human suffering can be achieved.” -- Wickens, Lee, Liu & Gordon-Becker: Chapter 1 of “Introduction to Human Factors Engineering.” ...

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Good Vs. Bad Product Design.
Charles Di Renzo
Week 2 Reading Reactions
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I liked the Wickens reading the most out of these 3. It covered the different types of experiments and under which conditions to use them. This was very fascinating to me as I love the science involved wit...

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Connecting humans to computers
Lydia Hardie  Week 1 Definitions As someone coming in with more of a psychology background than anything, I found room for elaboration in the definition of a computer provided by Dix.  It states “By computer we mean any technology ranging from the general d...

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Considerations with Multitasking
Katherine Anthony
Reading Reaction, Week 2 - through the eyes of a journalist
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I found the “Cognitive control in media multitaskers” reading to be extremely interesting – especially because my area of emphasis is in journalism. We have frequent dis...
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