(DTDT) Just name one field with a single universal definition.
“The first thing to understand about content strategy is that no two people understand it the same way. It’s a relatively new – and extremely broad – discipline with no single definitive definition.”
(Brad Shorr a.k.a. @bradshorr ~ Smashing Magazine)
Putting your fingers on Fire, then what happens?
“Mobile web sites work best on the 7-inch tablet. Users had great trouble touching the correct items on full sites, where UI elements are too small on the Fire screen.”
(Jakob Nielsen ~ Alertbox)
DTDT (again): Interface is part of the object and experience is part of the subject, be it for design or development purposes.
“UX Designers focus on the structure and layout of content, navigation and how users interact with them. (…) UI Developers focus on the way the functionality is displayed and the fine detail of how users interact with the interface.”
(Ben Melbourne a.k.a. @benmelb ~ as in the city)
What’s the common denominator of structural programming, OVID, OOA/D, RUP, rapid/extreme programming and Agile? No design thinking regarding use involved.
“There really is something here. Lean UX is an important new way to think about what we do, and I think there’s real meat on it. Let me explain.”
(Jared Spool a.k.a. @jmspool ~ UIE)
Great and necessary piece of information visualization for understanding purposes.
“Experience maps have become more prominent over the past few years, largely because companies are realizing the interconnectedness of the cross-channel experience. It’s becoming increasingly useful to gain insight in order to orchestrate service touchpoints over time and space.”
(Chris Risdon a.k.a. @ChrisRisdon ~ Adaptive Path)