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Patterns for different information seeking tasks | UX links - Issue #75

Patterns for different information seeking tasks | UX links - Issue #75
By Philipp Brunner • Issue #75 • View online
Hi there,
since I took a two weeks break from sending (due to a short vacation), a lot of links have been collected again…
My highlight this week is another interesting large-scale survey study by NN/g on the different behavior patterns when seeking information online – check out the first link for more.
Have a good week,

Different Information-Seeking Tasks: Behavior Patterns and User Expectations
Why you should build features users don't ask for
The Psychology of choice: Why less is more
How Search Engines Shape Gaze Patterns During Information Seeking
Mental models for designers
Design patterns in voice interfaces
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