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Author Archives: Kate Hagan

UX Design for Dogs

It is becoming increasingly difficult to attract attention to the specific web content that makes your site unique. Using concepts such as classical conditioning can help us understand how users think and act to amplify this attention and focus on the most important content. Pavlov, Conditioning & User Experience The concept of conditioning behavior is so well-known it’s practically pop ... Read More »

Robot Spies Are Watching You

Robots create all new methods of direct surveillance. When thinking of direct surveillance the common thoughts are of James Bond style spy devices. Hi-tech spy equipment designed to infiltrate and transmit would fit the idea of a surveillance robot, but in reality our privacy is likely to be invaded in much more mundane ways. Regular household items such as toys ... Read More »

Information Hoarders

Recently I’ve worked with a number of non-profits creating a redesign for their websites. All of these groups seemed to have a similar problem. Many businesses, both non-profits or otherwise, created their original web sites over a decade ago. The web site creator was a contract hire who has long since left the company. Since the page inception, data has ... Read More »