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Tom Kiernan
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usability testing industry practises
“Even without usability expertise, someone who has tested just four users, two on each version, can usually make the right choice”  good input into usability testing in live practise, as a lot if UI developers will recommend UI User interfaces without actua...

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Jakob Nielsen Quotes the father of Usability
"Instead of a predefined narrative, websites must  support the user's personal story  by condensing and combining vast stores of information into something that specifically meets the user's immediate needs. Thus, instead of an author-driven narrative, Web ...

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Timothy Berners-Lee quotes
"The original idea of the Web was that it should be a collaborative space where you can communicate through sharing information" http://www.darkreading.com/cloud/berners-lee-behind-new-private-communications-network-for-ultra-privacy-conscious/d/d-id/131669...

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A case study by Toronto based design for downs syndrome usability
An online case study looking at web usability which shows a fun online learning tool which teaches students with down's syndrome how to use the web and how to navigate through websites. http://www.id-book.com/casestudy_n_2.php

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W3.org disabled web users
interesting and specific cases of disability and specific ways to aim web design usability at a specific disability. This also has kind of case studies on specific people with disability http://www.w3.org/WAI/intro/people-use-web/stories

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breakdown of learning scheme for Down syndrome students
Interesting website breaking down useful tips on how to teach down syndrome students to keep them learning and on track. interesting and useful information like breaking down steps for down syndrome students and having as much concrete materials as possible...

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autism.org and the interesting guidelines they suggest for designing a website with the aspergers spectrum in mind.
This and other posts linked at the bottom all have relevant and interesting information defining how to design websites for the whole specturm of aspergers, and how to make the information within a website easier to use. for example

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Event marketing with a twist
Just a small selection of designers I am looking at for inspiration with this newest brief. I have been asked to create a poster, flyer and web banner promoting International Reggae Day. These poster should be aiming a new audience one who might particularl...
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