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‘What’s the point of User-Centred Design?’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “What’s the point of User-Centred Design?”. Tom Stewart says, “No, I have not suddenly started to question an approach which I have pioneered for more than three decades.  What I am doing is reflecting a discussion currently underway in the International Standards committee considering the revision of ISO 9241 part 11, which defines usability.  Don’t worry, we don’t intend to change the definition in any way that most people would notice. Standard-makers love arguing about fine detail, so there may... [...]

‘Avoiding ecommerce deployment disaster: 10 areas to watch’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “Avoiding ecommerce deployment disaster: 10 areas to watch”. Darryl Adie says, “Replatforming and deploying major updates are some of the most stressful moments for an ecommerce team.   These moments are vital for staying ahead of the competition, for introducing innovative new features or responding to user testing, but they’re also the point at which things can go most wrong. Too often when you or your agency throw the hypothetical switch you end up with a site that’s got serious bugs or, even worse, no site at... [...]

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