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UX Intensive


There were a lot of interesting and challenging ideas that came up at UX Week in San Francisco this year. But it’s clear to me that the ideas were only part of the value. This year we set aside two whole afternoons for workshops that allowed...
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Headlines-Using Twitter to Test Headlines


Twitter is a great way to test your headlines and short copy effectiveness. Hundreds of followers and a 140 characters maximum makes for a powerful marketing test environment. Twitter is a quick and efficient way to see if your headlines convert...
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Identify Country Flags by their Appearance or Colo


Flag Identifier is an online search tool for quickly identifying flags based on their color, shape, or the design pattern...
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Aurora: Designing the Mobile Experience


While we were designing Aurora, we thought about how the experience would scale and translate across multiple devices. For the mobile scenarios, we had to design something that would work on a multi-touch enabled mobile...
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Google Docs Guide: How to do Stuff with Google Doc


Google Docs is like an online version of Microsoft Office where you can create and upload documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, then share them with anyone you choose. This tutorial and guide will help you get more out of Google...
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The Best All-In-One Search Engines on the Web


All-In-One search engines help you easily harness the collective power of multiple search engines. They do so by fetching search results for your query from multiple places (like Google, Yahoo, Windows Live, etc.) and then aggregating the results...
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