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Jakob Nielsen On Search Usability (SearchEngineLand)

I’m currently working on a column (series?) for Just Behave where we’ll explore what the search results page might look like in the year 2010. As part of that I sent out invitations to a number of my contacts in the usability world, including Marissa Mayer (Google), Michael Ferguson (Ask), Larry Cornett (Yahoo!), Justin Osmer (Microsoft) and Mr. Usability himself, Jakob Nielsen. July 13, 2007

Screen Gems (Upstart Business Journal)

Bloomberg's terminals make big bucks. But the displays still look like MS-DOS. July 9, 2007

Apple's iPhone will change the very nature of mobile communications with its dazzling design and interface (SFGate)

Call it the iPhone effect. That's what you get when you throw a potentially game-changing device from an innovative pioneer into an established but still evolving industry. Apple's uber-phone, a media and Internet device that goes on sale Friday, has the potential to create seismic shifts in the cell phone industry larger than the size of the iPhone's sales, analysts and observers said. June 25, 2007

Apple's iPhone: It All Depends on the Keypad (NPR)

The iPhone comes out Friday, and it's being hyped for all the features it has – a music player, e-mail, Internet access and a beautiful color screen. But it is also being hyped for what it is missing: a keypad. In fact, some experts think the days of the telephone keypad are numbered. June 25, 2007

Web 2.0 'neglecting good design' (BBC)

Hype about Web 2.0 is making web firms neglect the basics of good design, web usability guru Jakob Nielsen has said. May 14, 2007

Google Is Making You Dumber (BusinessWeek)

The search engine giant has so much information and is making it so easy for us to obtain it, that it discourages traditional avenues of learning such as studying, doing one’s own field work, and taking classes. Pro or con? May 1, 2007

UX Pioneers Historical Interview (UX Pioneers)

Jakob Nielsen is possibly the most well-known personality in the field of usability and user-centered design. In this interview, he revisits history, all the way back to his first experiences with room-sized 'personal computers' in the '70s. April 24, 2007

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