User-Centered Blogs

This collection of top web sites includes some of my regulars, so I figured this list of sites are worth sharing with others. Jessica Hupp of Virtual Hosting offers 100 blogs related to user-centered issues in the design and development of websites. Categories include the top 10, accessibility, human computer interaction, web standards, user experience and interaction, user-centered design, and user-centered Writing and content. Surely you will find a few new gems for your collections in this list!


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. fungusmungus07
    Dec 10, 2007 @ 23:03:24

    I feel your frustrations in class participation with some individuals. To me, it all falls in our first article and our first lecture in class. We have to want to go out and want to LEARN. Our field is very demanding, but it takes a lot of determination and being involved in the field.

    I recently had the privileged of having a post from Graham himself, read below.

    Hi – we have just produced a Comic Book – PLEs – what they are and how they might be helpful – go to

    Be interested what you think – does this give a better explanation?

    Graham Attwell said this on December 5, 2007 at 11:18 am (edit)


  2. webstuff2
    Dec 11, 2007 @ 23:54:06

    Thanks for your concerns and observations, Marco. I have learned that students will eventually understand the process or lose interest and leave. I can only do my best at presenting the path and what is necessary to travel it.

    Continue to respond to Graham Attwells blog, and you may find that you have a new “colleague” to participate in your network!


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