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This is a short course that introduces you to the field of User Experience. You'll learn about what user experience is and is not. You'll learn the 7 principles of a great user experience. You'll learn the process you need to follow to create a great user experience. You'll learn about controversies in the field of user experience -- what is it that people in user experience don't agree on. You'll learn what are the skills and knowledge that a user experience professional needs. You'll learn about the obstacles to creating a great user experience and how to overcome them.
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Organizations and individuals can use open source software (OSS) for free, they can study its internal workings, and they can even fix it or modify it to make it suit their particular needs. These attributes make OSS an enticing technological choice for a company. Unfortunately, because most enterprises view technology as a proprietary differentiating element of their operation, little is known about the extent of OSS adoption in industry and the key drivers behind adoption decisions. In this article we examine factors and behaviors associated with the adoption of OSS and provide empirical findings through data gathered from the US Fortune-1000 companies. The data come from each company's web browsing and serving activities, gathered by sifting through more than 278 million web server log records and analyzing the results of thousands of network probes.
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Lawrence Lessig has written quite a few books about law and how it relates to the media when content becomes digitized, as well as code more generally. Most of his work is available online for free download, including The Future of Ideas (PDF), Code 2.0 (PDF), Remix, and Free Culture.
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Online surveys are specifically conceived to request personal feedback, which means you put your users at the center of your own marketing strategy, making your audience feel compelled to create something valuable and great with you. Your users feel not just paying customers, but proactive consumers whose voice gets to be heard.
Recently I have seen myself how online surveys can be a powerful means to collect useful data and engage your audience. When Robin Good recently launched his new POP project some weeks ago, he started an online survey asking his interested subscribers which topic they would have liked most to be covered inside the course. In a matter of hours I saw Robin gathering lots of valuable data about what topics people really wanted to hear about, and then shaping his curriculum to serve those very items.
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power tool for working with messy data sets, including cleaning up inconsistencies, transforming them from one format into another, and extending them with new data from external web services or other databases. Version 2.0 introduces a new extensions architecture, a reconciliation framework for linking records to other databases (like Freebase), and a ton of new transformation commands and expressions.