Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Top 100 User-Centered Blogs

A good set of usability links. "Usability in the News" is listed as number 67 and does cover most of the listed blogs ...

"Web designers often concern themselves with optimizing sites for spiders from Google, Yahoo, and other search engines, but pay little attention to creating sites that real people can use. This problem has sparked a movement towards user-centered web design, a topic that covers accessibility, web standards, and interfacing. Check out these blogs for the latest and greatest in this people-centric field of design.

The Top 10

These blogs are the best of the best when it comes to user-centered discussions.

1. Signal vs. Noise: Written by 37signals, the makers of simple, elegant tools like Ta-da List and Basecamp, this blog discusses up-to-the-minute information on design, experience, simplicity, and more.
2. 456 Berea Street: Visit this very popular blog for insight into the world of web standards, accessibility, and usability.
3. ./with Imagination: As a leader in user interface engineering, Dustin Diaz has a lot of knowledge to offer in this arena.
4. Functioning Form: Luke Wroblewski’s Functioning Form offers extensive information on user interface design."    (Continued via Virtual Hosting)    [Usability Resources]

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