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  • Hello Meetod | In usability we trust
    been a sole proprietorship and have marketed myself under the name of this site In usability we trust But recently I ve taken it a step further by registering a corporation with the name Meetod Sweden AB Meetod will have the same focus as I ve had until now which is Designing and Developing Top Notch Web Applications and Apps that work extremely well for the people that will actually use them In usability we trust will go back to being a blog and the sites for my business is found at www meetod se and www meetod com Meetod com What I ve been up to so far A lot has happened since last September that have enabled me to take this step Here are some of the projects that I ve been working on Designing an Online Editor for bMobilized still under production Creating a Map solution with both Google Maps and Bing Maps that s a part of a product that PositionTech offers to their customers Designing and Creating an iPhone iPad App for EL Info called EL Vis Q A Available in the Scandinavian App Store Designing and developing an advanced Web Application aimed at electricians for EL Info still under production Leading the UX design process for an iPad Poker Client for GTECH G2 Boss Media still under production Apart from that I ve also been doing a few talks on UX design and am currently holding a completely custom course in 10 parts on HTML and CSS for Visma Spcs Thank You I m really grateful to all of my awesome clients whom have entrusted me with these projects and enabled me to pursue my dream With all of my heart Thank You News Previous post The Little Book on CoffeeScript by Alex MacCaw

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  • The Little Book on CoffeeScript by Alex MacCaw | In usability we trust
    on the Microsoft net platform there s several Extensions and NuGet packets available You can also easily run your own complier whatever platform you re on either via Node js Ruby Gem or JavaScript There are probably even more ways What about the book The book is short only 60 pages but manages to clearly explain how to use the language with well explained examples Before reading this book I had not written any CoffeeScript code but I was curious about it It has kept coming up in lots of articles and tutorials lately plus the fact that the creator of CoffeeScript Jeremy Ashkenas is also the creator of Backbone js and Underscore js which are two libraries that I use extensively in my projects Reading this book has given me a nice introduction which have enabled me to quickly get started using it in a project The author Alex MacCaw has a clear writing style and explains the concepts through easy to follow examples that are thoroughly explained which makes the learning experience both enjoyable and efficient My Verdict If you re interested in getting started in CoffeeScript this book is a great and quick way to get you up and running fast Since it s only 60 pages long there s really no reason not to I have a hard time imagining a faster way to get going The Little Book on CoffeeScript is Open Source and you can read it online at GitHub If you prefer to read a the physical book or have it in e book format you can buy a copy from Amazon com or from O Reilly Book information Title The Little Book on CoffeeScript By Alex MacCaw Publisher O Reilly Media January 31 2012 Pages 60 ISBN 1449321054 ISBN 13 978 1449321055

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  • JavaScript Web Applications by Alex MacCaw | In usability we trust
    all the logic in the frontend This might sound crazy at first but after reading the book and trying it out for myself I m confident that this is a good approach for certain kinds of web applications It s actually more like programming Desktop Applications This approach gives you applications that responds immediately on user interaction Because it doesn t have to perform constant server requests it is snappy and responsive Not for all projects I want to be dead clear here Im definitely not saying that this is the right approach for all web applications because it s not For starters using a JavaScript only approach means that not everybody can use it for example people using screen readers or have JavaScript disabled So for content intensive sites this is not the way to go But for more advanced Web Applications and for mobile web apps aimed at smart phones it s certainly a viable option JavaScript libraries As I mentioned before Alex presents a few libraries that will make it easier to create a MVC architecture in the last part of the book He has actually created one of the libraries himself Spine js The other libraries are Backbone js and JavaScriptMVC Although I m sure that all theses libraries are good I myself was most compelled by Backbone js which I m currently using to build a mobile web app I think it s great in the way it makes the code so much more structured and easier to maintain It essentially brings backend programming structure to the world of JavaScript Conclusion If you have a few JavaScript projects under your belt and you feel that there must be better ways to organize and structure the code this book is definitely for you It will teach

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  • My slides from World Usability Day | In usability we trust
    many thanks to my good friends Chris Jangelöv Danne Nordell and Simon Winter who was also doing talks and helped organize the event Watch the whole event The whole event was filmed and will be available shortly I will update this article with a link to it as soon as I get it News Design Presentation Usability World Usability Day Previous post Watch my talk on Design for Influence online

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  • Watch my talk on Design for Influence online | In usability we trust
    go on for about 1 hour It will be streamed live and you re more than welcome to join us If you want to know a little bit more about what s going to happen during the event you can check out my previous post named World Usability Day 2011 Note Sorry all you non Swedes but the event is in Swedish Watch the live event If you re interested in watching the live event online here s the details how Go to https visma webex com visma sv j php ED 1145602 UID 3701652 PW NNzQ2ZTg3OTFh RT MTUjMTMw Enter your name and email If a password is required enter cj Click Delta Follow the on screen instructions Join the session Note I will update this post with information about how to watch the event afterwards as soon as I have the info News World Usability Day Previous post Is your site mobile friendly Next post My slides from World Usability Day Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Author Email Website You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em

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  • Is your site mobile friendly? | In usability we trust
    devices is increasing day by day In fact traffic to mobile websites in 2010 grew by 600 the year before that it grew by 300 In the last quarter of 2010 it out shipped the combined global market of laptop desktop and notebook computers This happened 2 years earlier than analysts had calculated So it seems that the mobile web is really exploding and at an accelerating speed Statistics from Mobile First by Luke Wroblewski The test produces a 6 page pdf report with your test result as well as personalized advice and best practices for creating mobile web sites GoMo With the background of these numbers it s not surprising that Google is encouraging companies and organizations to create mobile friendly sites After all Google s entire business model is dependent on that people can use the web effectively If you not convinced yet here are some more statistics from the GoMo site For example By 2013 more people will use there mobile phones than PCs to get online Mobile Searches have grown by 4X since 2010 There will be one mobile device for every person on earth by 2010 Source GoMo Reasons Mobile Matters Test your site I encourage you to test your own site on GoMo Not the least for the fancy pdf report that you will get You will also get personalized advice for your specific site as well as some best practices for building mobile websites Need help If you find yourself with a site that doesn t score so well on the mobile friendliness scale don t hesitate to contact me for a free quote Maybe I can help you bring that score up Articles Mobile Performance Testing Tools Previous post World Usability Day 2011 Next post Watch my talk on Design for Influence

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  • World Usability Day 2011 | In usability we trust
    join us It s a free event but you ll have to sign up for it so that we know how much food to supply Please note that the event will be in Swedish If you re unable to be physically present at the event it will be broadcasted so you can attend remotely Be aware though that you ll have to bring you own sandwiches I don t know the details about the broadcast yet but will post about it as soon as possible Design for influence The talk I m doing is titled Design for influence I will show examples on how to affect the way people behave through different design techniques I ve actually been fascinated by that since the last time I spoke at World Usability Day that time on Design for Sustainability So it will be interesting to take that talk one step further These events tend to be very casual and are a great opportunity to network with other people in the area So don t hesitate in this case there actually is such a thing as a free lunch More info and sign up You can also check out our event at worldusabilityday

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  • Johanna Wallentin, webday.se | In usability we trust
    larger projects Johanna Wallentin www webday se Testimonials Previous post JavaScript Web Applications by Alex MacCaw Next post World Usability Day 2011 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Author Email Website You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong About me My name

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