Articles about Experiencia de usuario global

El mundo hasta ayer – lo que podemos aprender de las sociedades tradicionales

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Nuestra intrépida creadora de notas ilustradas asistió a una charla de Jared Diamond, autor de libros populares de ciencias, y tomó notas de lo que aprendió sobre las sociedades tradicionales. [Leer más]

Videoconferencia: cómo superar la tiranía de la distancia

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Un estudio de colaboración remota dentro de los equipos de Google llegó a la conclusión de que la videoconferencia ubicua ha ayudado a superar muchos desafíos que enfrentan los equipos distribuidos en distintas zonas geográficas. [Leer más]

Lo que se pierde con la traducción: comunicación de las sutilezas del diseño a través de las fronteras

Los cambios en los procesos, comportamientos y calendarios de equipo pueden mejorar la comunicación entre los equipos en distintos lugares, lo que garantiza que las sutilezas del diseño no se pierdan. [Leer más]

Pronto todos seremos usuarios globales de experiencia de usuario

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Una reseña de Global UX de Whitney Quesenbery y Daniel Szuc, y de The Handbook of Global User Research de Robert Schumacher [Leer más]

Oportunidades no convencionales para la experiencia de usuario: Más allá del BRICS

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A medida que la cultura occidental valora cada vez más las iniciativas con conciencia social, los profesionales en experiencia de usuario pueden ayudar a resolver los problemas comunes que sufren los países en desarrollo. [Leer más]

(English) From Local Context to Global Design (Book Review)

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Una reseña del libro of Cross-Cultural Technology Design, de Huatong Sun. Este libro analiza los desafíos de comprender las expectativas culturales y los contextos locales. [Leer más]

Al Límite: Más Allá de UX en la Ciencia Ficción Occidental

La ciencia ficción asiática está inspirada en las novelas occidentales clásicas y en las tradiciones literarias nativas. Los enfoques chino, indio y japonés revelan creaciones basadas en diferentes culturas. [Leer más]

Más Allá de lo Global: Explorando la Oportunidad de UX Regional

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El desarrollo de UX en Taiwán sugiere una forma de enfrentar las necesidades específicas del contexto comercial de una región geográfica sin dejar de aprender de la experiencia global. [Leer más]

Dinero Móvil para la Inclusión Financiera en La India

Las tecnologías móviles jugarán un papel fundamental en el acceso universal a los servicios bancarios, pero hay muchos más desafíos por delante. ¿Qué les espera a los diseñadores de UX? [Leer más]

(English) Ghana Calling: Dust, Multiple SIMs, and Music Sharing

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(English) Everyday mobile phone use in Accra, Ghana, has some unique challenges, but it is similar to mobile phone use in other parts of the world. [Leer más]

(English) A Design Method for
 BOP Users: Products for Social Innovation

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(English) When developing products for 90 percent of the world, in order to create acceptable devices, designers need to resolve belief conflicts between themselves and target users. [Leer más]

(English) Designing on Mars: Participatory Design and Training in Very Unfamiliar Environments

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(English) Gathering information in an unfamiliar cultural context is time-consuming. Described here is the technique adopted by a team of the Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute (M-ITI) in response. [Leer más]

(English) Let’s Talk UX: Communication in UX Design

(English) UX training should address the cultural and social aspects of communication in order to create communicators who make a positive impact. [Leer más]

(English) Around the Globe: Lab Research in the United States and Europe

(English) Those who do international field work need to become experts in the differences in research methodology from one culture to the next. [Leer más]

(English) Designing an Arabic User Interface: Methods and Techniques for Bridging Cultures

(English) Designing an effective Arabic user experience by understanding how cultural and linguistic issues are tightly woven together. UX designers became "cultural translators." [Leer más]

(English) Stepping In: An Outsider’s Guide to Crossing the Digital Divide

(English) "Bridging the Global Digital Divide" teams are looking at new interaction technologies and design practices for users whose lives could be transformed by advances in computing and communication. [Leer más]

(English) Global Usability Testing: How to plan and report tests in multiple locations

(English) The success of moderated usability testing of a product in several countries in a short time is depends on careful planning and preparation. [Leer más]

(English) A Mandate for Usability: A Mexican manifesto on usability and accessibility for government websites

(English) Discussion of the signing of the “Manifesto on Usability and Accessibility for Mexican Government Websites” at the conclusion of the Usability and Accessibility for the Web International Seminar (UA Web 2007). [Leer más]

(English) ¿Habla Español?: Testing and Designing for U.S. Latino Users

(English) This article discusses a series of cross-cultural usability studies run with Spanish speaking immigrants to the U.S., looking in particular at their special characteristics and challenges. [Leer más]

(English) Design Competitions Succeed in Spreading the Usability Message

(English) World Usability Day 2006 festivities varied with social and professional cultures that celebrated the day. Several cities organized design competitions to redesign existing systems that maximize usability. [Leer más]

(English) Creating a Global Team and a Global Infrastructure

(English) With events across forty countries and five continents, outstanding media coverage, and feedback from organizers and volunteers, World Usability Day 2006 were deemed a huge success. [Leer más]

(English) A World Usability Day Case Study: Conducting Multinational Expert Reviews

(English) For international organizations, feedback from users at the local level is essential to product success. Organizing multinational events and sharing the results can help achieve business goals. [Leer más]

(English) COMMUNICATION GAP: Designing an Interface for Chinese Migrant Workers

(English) China has many possibilities when designing for emerging markets, for example, improving the quality of communication between migrant worker parents and their children. [Leer más]

(English) Usability Practice in China: An Update

(English) Since the study of user experience is a source for technological innovation and building a human-centered society, we expect a bright future for usability in China. [Leer más]

(English) Usability Opportunities in China

(English) China has advanced rapidly in the usability field. In several senses, China has opened up to the world, and opportunities are there for the global usability professional community. [Leer más]

(English) Usability Engineering in Hong Kong

(English) Because usability is at its beginning stages in Hong Kong, there are great opportunities here to learn more about Eastern users and their needs. [Leer más]

(English) Usability Engineering in Japan

(English) There is a long history of usability testing, in practice if not in name, in Japan. Professional organizations for usability, outside of the academic context, are just taking off. [Leer más]

(English) Usability Engineering in New Zealand

(English) New Zealand, traditionally an early adopter of technology, is seen as a great “test location” by many companies. Awareness of the business benefits of usability is growing. [Leer más]

(English) Matters of Life and Death (Issue 4.3)

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(English) From living wills to managing your UX business, global UX and e-learning websites. (Articles available in PDF format) [Leer más]

(English) The Power of One (Issue 3.2)

(English) Global UX with views from India, Israel, Canada (Full text not available) [Leer más]

(English) East Meets West (Issue 2.1)

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(English) Global design, research-based guidelines, and automated usability testing. (Full text not available) [Leer más]