Happy Holidays from Situated Research.

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Happy Holidays!

As we enter our fifth year of business we want to thank you for your support and for being our customer. We look forward to continuing our relationship together in the new year.

Upcoming Free Webinar

Designing the Perfect Dashboard: Simple, Usable, Slick and Actionable
January 10 @ 2pm CST

Slick dashboards can give an appealing look and feel, helping users to reengage with software or a website. However, dashboards can be difficult to design since different types of users expect different kinds of information, which is most relevant for their needs.

A well designed dashboard can provide powerful information by summarizing the most relevant data, presented in a usable way. Usability research can help prioritize high-level tasks and goals for users, and can help to design a dashboard that creates a clear call to action where appropriate. Learn More / Register →

New Blog Posts

  1. Three Fundamental Ways that VR is Changing the Future of Game Design
    Most games are designed with a computer screen or television in mind – but what happens when the screen is attached to your face?
  2. Windows 8 — Disappointing Usability for Both Novice and Power Users
    Hidden features, reduced discoverability, cognitive overhead from dual environments, and reduced power from a single-window UI and low information density. Too bad.
  3. Your Eyes Can Control Augmented Reality Glasses
    The simple act of turning a page has begun to look outdated with iPads replacing books and manuals for many working professionals.

Know what kind of experience you create for your users: always design with usability in mind to create meaningful outcomes with lasting results.

Wishing you every happiness this holiday season and a prosperous new year,

The Situated Research Team

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