ClearTrip.com – Preventing User Errors

User Errors: Preventing them for good

User Errors: How minor text changes at ClearTrip.com can help prevent User Errors (mistakes) on the interface and create an effective and trustable User Experience.

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How Apple Is Giving Design A Bad Name

For years, Apple followed user-centered design principles. Then something went wrong.

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Another reason why StackExchange and network sites Suck

Why StackExchange Sucks 4 years, 1 month, and 12 days

It was long back that i worked on a website on Drupal and had to implement a specific functionality which i was unable to execute with the standard methods and modules. In simple terms, i was stuck on the problem and had tried few things which did not work. As for anyone seeking help, i posted this question on Drupal StackExchange. Continue reading “Another reason why StackExchange and network sites Suck”

Telephone Keypad Design

 

Telephone Keypad Design

Why are the numbers on a telephone keypad arranged the way they are?

Read an interesting and insightful article on how and why the telephone keypad was designed the way it is today. Surprisingly its simple, these guys at Bell Labs actually did create multiple versions prototypes and tested with people. The outcome was to be seen in the phones coming further.

Extract:

The answers to these questions can be found in a fascinating piece of research performed by AT&T in 1960. I strongly encourage you, if you have time, to read their entire publication on the subject. A summary of this work was published in the July 1960 edition of the Bell Systems Technical Journal.

The article was entitled: Human Factors Engineering Studies of the Design and Use of Pushbutton Telephone Sets. You can download a copy of the article here [PDF].

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