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Usability tweets of the week

Posted by Jacob Creech on December 3rd, 2010

Part of our daily process here involves checking out the latest trends and developments in usability, user experience and design. As such we spend a lot of time on Twitter (check us out @IntuitionHQ) reading through lots of interesting links, and sharing them with our followers.

Of course, with Twitter everything very quickly disappears into a huge black hole, and these useful links are quickly hidden from view. In a burst of genius we decided why not repost some of the very choicest on our blog? And so without further ado, here are a few of the best from the last week. We hope you enjoy:

Usability testing is broken: Rethinking user research for social interaction design http://ow.ly/3h7sR

Usability fail: Swipe this way http://ow.ly/3h9RI #UX #NZ

Wireframing: Tips, Tools, and Techniques on @UXBooth http://ow.ly/3ha10 #IxD #IA #UX #Usability

Understanding Human Behavior: The Ultimate Job Skill http://ow.ly/3hMKf #UX #IA #IxD

Creating Customer Experience Nirvana http://bit.ly/el6oZY #UX #Usability #UCD via @ponscreative

Funny twitter competition comic: http://min.us/mvnZfJO #funny #twitter #comic #UX

Fascinating analysis: Why Do Google Maps’s City Labels Seem So “Readable”? http://goo.gl/fb/vKrOA #usability #design via @jeffgreenhouse

Not enough hours in the day? Check this collection out: 20 Outstanding Tools to Maximize Your Time http://ow.ly/3gvib #GTD #time

We hope you enjoyed these interesting tweets – some nice light reading for the weekend, and some really useful information to boot. Be sure to check back again next Friday for more interesting tweets.

Any interesting links you think we missed? Or anything useful or interesting you’d like to see us feature next week? Drop us a line @IntuitionHQ with any useful links or resources and we’ll be sure to share them next time round. Thanks for dropping by – be sure to follow our RSS feed to keep up with more interesting content.

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