Links of Interest, 5 August: UX, E-learning, GALA, and More

by James Cameron on 5 August 2011

Tom Johnson of I’d Rather Be Writing reviews Joe Welinske’s latest book, Developing User Assistance for Mobile Apps.

I’d Rather Be Writing also had a guest post this week, from Carol Barnum on CMS UX woes.  

In other UX topics, UX Mag provides “five low-hanging UX tips.”  

The blog eagereyes evaluates the debate over information visualization versus statistical graphics.  

Business Review tries to answer the question if e-learning can replace conventional training.  

GALA unveils a new project to standardize translation project management and file handling.  

And finally, LavaCon unveils its preliminary program for the 2011 conference.

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