(English) Radio Frequency Identification: How User Expertise Can Make a New Technology Welcome

(English) Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is a good example of how user experience professionals can influence the adoption of new technology. [Leer más]

(English) COMMUNICATION GAP: Designing an Interface for Chinese Migrant Workers

(English) China has many possibilities when designing for emerging markets, for example, improving the quality of communication between migrant worker parents and their children. [Leer más]

(English) Usability Practice in China: An Update

(English) Since the study of user experience is a source for technological innovation and building a human-centered society, we expect a bright future for usability in China. [Leer más]

(English) Usability Opportunities in China

(English) China has advanced rapidly in the usability field. In several senses, China has opened up to the world, and opportunities are there for the global usability professional community. [Leer más]

(English) Usability Engineering in Hong Kong

(English) Because usability is at its beginning stages in Hong Kong, there are great opportunities here to learn more about Eastern users and their needs. [Leer más]

(English) Usability Engineering in Japan

(English) There is a long history of usability testing, in practice if not in name, in Japan. Professional organizations for usability, outside of the academic context, are just taking off. [Leer más]

(English) Usability Engineering in New Zealand

(English) New Zealand, traditionally an early adopter of technology, is seen as a great “test location” by many companies. Awareness of the business benefits of usability is growing. [Leer más]

(English) The View From Here: Who Would Want to Do Usability?

(English) This article looks at the results of a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) survey with eighty usability professionals. [Leer más]

(English) What’s News: Speck-tacular Computers

(English) A group of computer science, electronic engineering, and physics professors is developing a system of tiny programmable semiconductor specks that can work together to sense, compute, and network wirelessly. [Leer más]

(English) Editor’s Note: Go East, Young Man or Woman

Disculpa, pero esta entrada está disponible sólo en Inglés Estadounidense. [Leer más]