Browsing All posts tagged under »UX«

Connection: Tools for the Content Developer’s Network

April 25, 2017 by

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We’re a couple months into the Content Tools series, and we’ve come to solutions to advance social networking. My background frame on Medium introduces 6 tools that can help us: Twitter, Medium, Facebook, Linked-in, Basecamp and Slack note (before you ask): I’m saving Instagram and WordPress for future comparisons and then reviews how they stack […]

Fixing Twitter: What does the new Algorithm Mean for Twitter Chats?

March 29, 2016 by

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What does the new Algorithm Mean for Twitter Chats? Discuss live w/ #smchat WEDS 3/30 1pmET

2013 Mobility Trends

January 1, 2013 by

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I have to thank my chat partner Autom Tagsa for setting me up, I mean for calling this topic. Seriously, with the first #SMchat of the year the day after the holiday it really does make sense to talk about emerging trends. Last chat Autom led us in a discussion to recap 2012, nice work […]

Responsive design, Tablet-readiness and Video: Why U/X should be king

September 25, 2012 by

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Around the Labour Day weekend, I came upon this post, which offers a thoughtful review of how certain brands are executing on the tablet-friendliness of their websites. The proliferation of tablets and their use in multiple sectors (retail, finance, travel, hospitality, medical etc) is remarkable. This is no surprise, given the tablet’s form factor and […]

Social Mobility (the series frame): What are the possibilities?

March 7, 2012 by

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Lots of buzz and interest on mobility these days, and discussion around how it could impact the further adoption and use of social media. Like so many other technologies, the benefits can sneak up on you. So today, #SMCHAT is officially launching a new series on Mobility.  Once each month we’ll cover the latest trends, […]