Have you heard about Silicon Valley’s unpaid research and development department? It’s called the EU.
Who should you thank for Facebook’s Libra?
• “One of the UK’s leading privacy researchers”
• University College London
• The DECODE project
And, if you’re an EU citizen who pays their taxes,
Surprised? Don’t be.
That’s a first. The proxy of one of my client flagged https://gimbal.st as suspicious because it (rightfully) changed its @letsencrypt SSL certificates automatically.
Any security expert could tell me the rationale behind that ?
@maiwann merci pour le repouet
Hello, pourrais-je vous demander 5 minutes pour aidez notre stagiaire Tiphaine à avoir un 20/20 à son rapport de master.
Répondez à ce sondage et relayez-le : https://ratio.typeform.com/to/vwHPB4
Les 50 personnes qui ont déjà répondus ont mis 5 minutes en moyenne. Toute réponse compte.
Merci beaucoup par avance :bow: 🙏
RT @DougSaunders@twitter.com: The gilets jaunes have “brought together every kind of conspiracy theorist and internet grifter imaginable: anti-vax, 9/11 truther, anti-Masonic, anti-Zionist, climate change skeptic, green-deal activist, chemtrails, pro-refugee, anti-EU, Illuminati.” https://twitter.com/miriamelder/status/1072849632693231624
Hello les Nantais. Un petit message pour signaler qu'un nouveau groupe de design d'interaction IxDA vient de naître à Nantes: https://www.meetup.com/IxDA-Nantes/
Ils font leur kickoff lundi. Offrez-leur un accueil chaleureux.
If you're struggling to present navigation and information architecture to your clients, my friend Gilles has built a kickass tool for you.
Check it out!
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org I always found difficult to discuss navigation with my clients. It's often too abstract for them. So I decided to find a way to make it concrete.
Introducing Gimbalst, a tool to instantly and effortlessly prototype your navigation: https://gimbal.st
More like trump’s pockets outweight
American values, but sickening anyway.
« American jobs outweigh American values »
As we start our second day of usability test, and even though it is a routine at :ratio, I keep noticing how humbling it is to watch people experiment with a service, every single time.
Each minute spent in doing research and talking to the actual people who will use your design brings its own insight, validation, surprise or satisfaction.
The only alternative is designing as a diverse team, when YOU are the actual user. And even then, it does not account for the diversity of behaviours.