Andy Watson took a course on Effective Web Communication at the Interaction Design Foundation sometime 2018. Of course, his answers were precious, are important reading in the field of UX Design, and will last here forever in the pile of words tossed up upon the World Wide Web–an eternal platform for sharing eternal ideas.
[Note: no one, including the author has ever edited or even second-glanced these writings, and no one seriously suggests anyone read them. It’s just that, well: here they are!]
IDF #1: UX Design without Tricking People
IDF #2: BW & AW discuss the values of their target audience
IDF #3: From Bartleby’s beauty, proximity, and similarity (attractiveness components)
IDF #4: Consumer Trust, Familiarity & Presence (assessing an earlier version of From Bartleby).
IDF #5: Sense of Presence & Media Choices in From Bartleby
IDF #6: From-Bartleby & Web Copywriting Standards
IDF #7: Assessing From-Bartleby’s Site Order
IDF #8: Rewriting Gettsyburg Address
IDF – Effective Web Communication #9
IDF – Effective Web Communication #10
IDF – Effective Web Communication #11
IDF – Effective Web Communication #12
IDF – Effective Web Communication #15
IDF: A Question on UX Portfolios
How to write a Poem: Broken into Tasks, Actions, & Operations
Suggestion to IDF Effective Web Communication Course.