Posts by Paul Olyslager

 

Are you looking for great insights, well-researched articles or some inspiration in the realm of UX, then Twitter is a great tool. Of course, finding the right people to follow can be somewhat cumbersome. That is why I curated a list of 21 UX experts who inspire me and keep me up to date with… continue reading

This article is not only a review of Crazy Egg, a heat map tool, we are also giving away a lifetime license and the opportunity to test Crazy Egg 60 days for free. In case you haven’t heard of Crazy Egg before, it’s a tool that generates a heat map and a scroll map based… continue reading

Having read the first edition of A Project Guide to UX Design a long time ago, I was wondering if this second edition would be worth reading as well. After pondering this one over for quite some time and convincing myself with some graphs illustrating the pros and cons, I just decided to buy it.… continue reading

A restaurant visit is sometimes more expensive than what you had in mind. Smart restaurant owners use little persuasive tricks to gain more profit per single visit. Professor in Experimental Psychology Charles Spence investigated some of these strategies and found eight tricks. The First Look Research has shown that we spend more time looking at… continue reading

I read a lot of UX books in the past few years, including Undercover User Experience Design by Cennydd Bowles and James Box, and it only occurred to me now that I have never written a book review about it. Since Undercover User Experience is mentioned in almost all UX Book collections, it is time… continue reading

I'm the creator and editor of paulolyslager.com, a blog about on Web Design, User Experience and Usability. Currently I'm working as UX Manager for a leading supplier of nutrients and supplements to the European market based in Berlin, Germany. Follow me @paulolyslager or google+.