Articles by Elizabeth Rosenzweig

Photo of Elizabeth RosenzweigElizabeth Rosenzweig is the founder of World Usability Day, a day that seeks to recognize and promote usability as a means to making products and services easier to use. Starting in 2004, WUD has taken place every November, on the second Thursday of the month.

WUD 2012: The Usability of Financial Systems

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World Usability Day on November 8, 2012 is focused on the usability of financial systems—a topic that affects everyone, all around the world. [続きを読む]

(English) Usability for the Planet: World Usability Day 2005

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(English) World Usability Day 2005 was a smashing success. Events around the world reached out to new audiences about the importance of improving the user experience. [続きを読む]

(English) About World Usability Day 2009: Designing for a Sustainable World

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(English) What follows is a series of personal essays on sustainability. [続きを読む]

(English) Accidental Sustainability

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(English) Accidental sustainability is creating useful, satisfying, meaningful products and services people don’t need to replace and help conserve our resources. [続きを読む]

(English) World Usability Day 2007-2008: Healthcare

(English) This year’s World Usability Day emphasizes usability in healthcare. In matters of our health, having products and services work better is essential. [続きを読む]

(English) World Usability Day 2006: Forty Thousand People Hear How to Make Life Easier

(English) The second World Usability Day, focusing on “Making Life Easy”, built on the success of its inaugural year. [続きを読む]

(English) Editor’s Note: Introducing the World Usability Day 2006 Special Issue

申し訳ありません、このコンテンツはただ今 English のみです。 [続きを読む]