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UX Health Check poster from the IA Summit 2009

UX Health Check Poster

In addition to the first presentation we’ve ever given outside corporate quarters about the UX Health Check, Austin also created this awesome poster to show people what the UX Health Check is all about. You can download the full poster PDF for your enjoyment: UX Health Check Poster (IA Summit 2009) .

If you know of any photos floating out there from the poster sessions that show this poster, please let us know in the comments! We want to show our wives that we really were there :D


asda said,

March 27, 2009 @ 9:48 am

Qualitiative experience?


Livia Labate said,

March 27, 2009 @ 12:46 pm

Just short hand to express that experiences are generally evaluated or understood in terms of qualities and attributes that are not necessarily quantifiable; or we lack widespread tools that do so.

So, this is an attempt to bridge some of these qualities, often fuzzy, to a language that is more common (numbers) using a reference scale that is adjusted.

It’s not meant to replace any other metrics or techniques, but can be used to augment or extend other approaches.


Chris Cavallucci said,

May 28, 2009 @ 9:19 am

How can we monitor the uptake or adoption of the UX Healthcheck in business? Would you expect it to take root in the US first?


Livia Labate said,

May 30, 2009 @ 10:02 am

I don’t really have adoption expectations; we don’t know how well it will go in different contexts that’s why I’m interested in getting people to give it a go at least once and give us some feedback.

I don’t know if there is any one parameter I can think of that would indicate if a culture or country would be more prone to embracing this. Did you have anything in mind?

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