Gather Content Offers a Free UX Guide

A Guide for UX Designers

Gather Content, an online software tool that allows people to streamline their web content production, is making their UX Guide available as a free download.

The book, UX Design And Content Strategy: The Project Guide, is described as a hands-on resource for all UXers and a project guide to UX design and content strategy that explores the relationship through a website project. The book is a 64 page PDF document.

I haven’t read the book myself, but if you are interested in a project based approach to user experience, it certainly is worth a look.

Useful links: Designing for Content, ARIA support, Google+

Don’t think I’ve linked to Web Standards Sherpa before – how remiss of me. But here’s a good post to remedy that oversight. Designing for Content: Creating a Message Hierarchy.

HTML5 Accessibility Chops: ARIA landmark support from the Paciello Group Blog show test results for landmark roles.

Are You Going To Adopt Google+ for Professional Learning/Networking? Why or Why Not? Beth is one of many reflecting on Google+, as I did here the other day, and on Twitter.

I’m edging close to 500 posts on BlogHer, and none have had traffic like Which means Google+ will rule the world.Sun Jul 10 18:42:39 via Seesmic twhirl