Articles about Data

Tor Browser: Changing How You Access the Internet

Letterboxing allows users to change their window size and still protects them from being tracked.

Get a sense of users' expectation mismatch when using a privacy-first browser versus how the browser needs to work to protect privacy. [Read More]

Games UX Testing with Artificial Intelligence

Example map of a game level featuring fenced in green space with buildings, trees, rocks, and so on. There are colored lines depicting the paths each AI-agent has taken and their engagements with point of interest (such as enemies and collectables).

Game developers gain insights from working on projects that use game evaluation tools supported by artificial intelligence. [Read More]

Supporting Mainframe Data Compliance: A UX Approach

Build user knowledge and apply UX principles to improve user decision-making and data identification to ensure mainframe data compliance. [Read More]

Getting Practical with Trust: A Designer’s Toolkit

Are designers the key to closing the trust gap? They might be. This article showcases the practicalities of how. [Read More]

Time Change: How the UX of Time Begins Below the UI

One-month calendar with list of times showing for chosen date.

This article discusses the challenges faced, the importance of UX research, and the research process in the Indian manufacturing industry in the era of the Internet of Things. [Read More]

Chatbots: Consider Using Them for Automating Research Study Participant Communication

Chatbots are an effective tool for automating communication with research participants. Learn how a chatbot was built to communicate with participants via SMS on their phone. [Read More]

Writing Usable Survey Questions: 10 Things All UX Researchers Should Know

By following a few simple guidelines, you can create surveys that are more usable for your participants and will generate more useful data for you. [Read More]

Diversify the Data in Data-Driven Design: Creative Pairings of Quant and Qual

Thinking critically and creatively about how you use data to drive design decisions will result in better experiences for users. [Read More]

Capturing the Vibe of a Neighborhood: Exploring Through Geotagged Tweets

Using tweets to understand what a geographical neighborhood is like shows both the promise and some of the limitations of big data analysis. [Read More]