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 * [[https://www.uxmatters.com/mt/archives/2017/11/tools-for-remote-collaborative-ux-design.php|Tools for Remote, Collaborative UX Design]] (Contributor) UXmatters, 20 November 2017
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 * [[http://www.admin5.com/article/20171204/805723.shtml|设计总结:对常见tab样式做的一个分析]] (Design Summary: An analysis of the common tab styles) Another that largely misrepresents my research findings, but has enough good points that it's better than nothing.


Steven writes occasional articles, writes a regular column for UX Matters, and edits books and other articles. If you like what I say at a conference, you might like some of these also.


Written in whole or in part, contributed to, or just edited.


Articles I Contributed to


  • Donttouchme my personal blog. Which over the years goes from nerdy general designer, to fairly personal (not embarassing, just stuff like travelogues) to UX nerd, to unused and back.

  • Little Springs Design. I wrote a huge percentage of the articles for my old agency. Some good stuff here, but some are hard to read as the company died and what's left of this blog is a text-only record. So, no images. A few were ported over to my personal one above, or dual-published on both so look around.

  • http://ericberkman.com/blog/

Extremely Not-Comprehensive List of Interviews, Referencing, or Talking About me

Reviews and Mentions of Designing Mobile Interfaces

I keep hoping for reviews, but haven't noticed a serious one outside of Amazon yet. Meanwhile, there are a few sites giving a lot of traffic. Both to be nice to them with in-kind links, and because the mentions mean you might like the articles, here they are:

Mentions, Reviews & Other Writing (last edited 2020-02-03 17:34:21 by shoobe01)