World Usability Day 2014

World Usability Day is an annual celebration of usability and user experience organized by the User Experience Professionals Association (UXPA). In 2014 it took place on November 13th with a global theme of “engagement”. UXPA Cleveland hosted a local event at the Cleveland Museum of Art

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The Chameleon Way: Multi-Device UX

How can you engage audiences across desktops, mobile devices, watches, and other potential touch points while providing a consistent and positive experience the entire time? Michal Levin answers this question by looking at a framework for thinking about design beyond the computer.



The UX Toolkit for Developers

It is a common misconception that “user experience” is synonymous with “user interface”. Sarah Dutkieweiz debunks this myth by giving developers a framework for understanding what user experience is and is not.



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Designing for Crisis

Emotional disability can be just as tough as any physical disability. In the final presentation of the afternoon Eric Meyer delves into the topic of distraught design. Using personal stories he forces designers to question if they are designing inclusively or not.