Tag Archives: user experience
Our own Kate O’Neill has a new article up at CMO.com, and it’s the top story today: Narcissism: Personalization’s Flip Side? It plays off of the Eli Pariser “filter bubbles” TED talk, so if you haven’t seen that, you’ll probably want to watch that first.
Like everyone else who works in search marketing, we’ve been paying close attention to the launch of Google Instant, but unlike a lot of what we’re hearing in the search marketing community, we’re seeing it more as a new facet of search experience to understand and work with rather than an ‘OMG the sky is [...]
This one’s a little old, but still worth sharing. Intuit released a new version of QuickBooks Online a few weeks back, and while any update to that clunky bit of web app is welcome, trying to use the “upgraded” version came with a free package of frustration. First: The previous version had whined that it [...]