Teletekst remains very popular in The Netherlands. In other countries (like Great Britain and Belgium) the local Ceefax initiatives have been shutdown. The succes of the Dutch Teletext app can be explained by the fact that the NOS (Dutch Broadcasting Company) released this app in the early days of smartphones.
And here are my three reasons why Teletekst still is my favorite app to follow the news:
- Limited: you only have to visit this one page to know what is happening in the world
- Speed: one Teletekst page is less then 1 kilobyte
- No ads: no annoying advertisements
As long Teletekst exists, I will be using it.
If you read this blog, you probably believe in building websites based on evidence, not false beliefs. If so, then you should read UX Myths – the brainchild of UX designers Zoltán Gócza and Zoltán Kollin.
This is what they say about UX Myths:
Our goal is to provide evidence in user experience design that can help stakeholders move away from design decisions that are based merely on beliefs and personal opinions. But you should still do your own research, check how your design performs.
We’ve collected a lot of research data, as well as facts, quotes and articles from well-known designers and web experts in order to debunk the common web design misconception.
Here are my personal favorite myths:
- People read on the web (myth #1)
- People don’t scroll (myth #3)
- You need to redesign your website periodically (myth #11)
- You are like your users (myth #14)
- Users make optimal choices (myth #15)
- The homepage is your most important page (myth #17)
- People can tell you what they want (myth #21)
- People are rational (myth #29)
- If you are an expert, you don’t need to test your design (myth #30)
- Success happens overnight (myth #32)
Read them all at uxmyths.com or download this pdf, print it and put them on the wall (a Behance project).
In February I´ve send 4 Behavioral Insights newsletters. The number of subscribers doubled, so it´s growing steady. Here are the facts and top clicked articles from the February issues.
Continue reading “Newsletter Report February 2015”
It’s been 4 weeks since my first Behavioral Insights newsletter went out. Time for some facts and an overview of the top links.
Continue reading “Newsletter Report January 2015”