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Measuring the User Experience – Tom Tullis and Bill Albert

Effectively measuring the usability of any product requires choosing the right metric, applying it, and effectively using the information it reveals. Measuring the User Experience provides the first single source of practical information to enable usability professionals and product developers to do just that.

This is more of a deep dive into a specific area of UX, rather than the more general books we have been reading. Should be very useful in quantifying the work that we do, to help in communicating the value and making decisions.

Please come ready to discuss the book. This isn't a presentation, but rather a discussion about the book and how we can use it to improve our work as UX Designers (or whatever you call yourself). We're going to limit the number of spots available, so only take a spot if you intend on reading the book and attending the event.

All levels of experience in the industry are welcome. This will be a pretty informal conversation, so it's great to have people who's interests and experience is varied.

I can't find an ebook version, but the dead tree version is available from Amazon.

 

See you there.

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  • Lynne P.

    I can't make this meetup, but for what it's worth: I hated this book :( Overcomplicates things that don't need to be. Wish I could attend!

    June 7, 2012

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