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Getting a Bigger Slice of the Feedback Pie

July 11, 2014

f you’ve been in the restaurant industry for an extended period of time, you’ve likely heard of the “secret” or “mystery” shopper. The shopper or shoppers come in and grade a restaurant on everything – from the host’s friendliness, to whether a manager stops by the table, to whether the server is knowledgeable and tells […]

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Facebook Facelift: Like It or Lose It?

March 2, 2013

There are always a few people acting like the world has gone up in flames whenever Facebook changes something, but this time the chagrin was palpable. To top it off, speakers at the Facebook f8 conference on Thursday revealed there would be more change to come — a lot more. It looks like the buzz […]

SXSW Apps

SXSW Apps

November 14, 2012

The SXSW conference in Austin, Texas, is an annual event where techies and music lovers come together to promote and share new technologies. This infographic looks at the feedback on various apps during the conference. Source

Facebook Facelift: Like It or Lose It?

Facebook Facelift: Like It or Lose It?

October 30, 2012

There are always a few people acting like the world has gone up in flames whenever Facebook changes something, but this time the chagrin was palpable. To top it off, speakers at the Facebook f8 conference on Thursday revealed there would be more change to come — a lot more. It looks like the buzz […]

The Feedback Gap

The Feedback Gap

October 18, 2012

Feeling a bit lonely at work? Wish your boss gave you a bit more feedback on a regular basis? According to this infographic you aren’t alone, and businesses would be well served to take note and check in on you a bit more. While you may enjoy getting those performance-based cash bonuses for getting your […]

So You Want to Test Something?

So You Want to Test Something?

August 17, 2012

Take the metro throughout the world of usability considering exactly what needs you have for Usability Testing. The first questions are only general thoughts you have to clear your head with, while the rest of the models aims to provide you with clear solutions to your needs. Source