In Episode 9 of UXPodcast one of the topics we discussed was simulated eye tracking. In this episode, James and Per dedicate the entire show to discussing attention simulation tools. These are tools that use algorithms to analyse your website (or other visual media) to work out which part may attract attention.
After one failed attempted due to us missing that Tel Aviv changed to summer time, we’re were finally joined for this episode over Skype by Rafael Mizrahi, CEO of web based attention and attraction analysis tool Feng GUI.
We look into what the tool is, what it’s now, and importantly, in what situations it would it be useful to use it?(37 minutes total listening time)
In this month’s episode of UX Podcast James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom talk about the darling of 2011 – responsive web design – what is it? what are the benefits? What are the pitfalls? Is responsive web design the ultimate solution to web design? or is it, in many ways, a step backwards?(Listening time: 21 minutes)
In this month’s episode of UXPodcast James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom are joined by Christopher McCann to talk about the UX Community – or lack of it. What is UX? What is it that UXers do? Why does nobody understand us? How can we make UX more understood? Where is the silver bullet? The ride is spinning so fast, how do we avoid being thrown off?
(Listening time: 29 minutes)
This month’s episode of UXPodcast with James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom discusses the quality of websites and digital activities –
Why do so many end up being below par?
Why do some end up being great?
What can we do raise the quality of the web stuff we make and run?
This month’s episode of UXPodcast with James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom talks about when offline meets online – stories and examples highlighting how attempts at connecting the two often fail as well as suggestions as to how to improve your chances of succeeding.