10 Usability Experts to Follow on Twitter

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Usability experts on TwitterIt’s Friday again, and in this week’s #FollowFriday blog post/list of mine I’d like to turn the spotlight to some of the top usability experts out there.

As often is the case with these lists that I put together, the below one shouldn’t be read as any kind of ranking, but just as a compilation of useful Twitter accounts to follow on the topic.

  1. UX Magazine A leading, Webby-nominated, online user experience publication.
  2. Garth Von BuchholzAuthor, educator and certified usability analyst.
  3. Measuring Usability — A quantitative usability and research firm providing consulting in statistical analysis, usability testing and survey design and analysis
  4. Nick FinckUser experience director at Blink Interactive. Former editor in chief of Digital Web Magazine and founder of Blue Flavor.
  5. Joshua PorterCo-founder of @Performable and co-creator of @ABTests
  6. UX DesignUser experience design and web development stream. Operated by kind robots – for this special human touch please check out @ux.
  7. Craig TomlinMarketing, SEO and user experience consultant
  8. Jane PyleUser Experience designer focused on iPhone and iPad app design. Interests: emotional design, game design, gestural interfaces.
  9. UXmattersWeb magazine about user experience matters, providing insights and inspiration for the user experience community.
  10. Interaction Design Association — Official global Twitter feed of the organization.

If I have missed your favorite usability expert or a must-follow account that is actively tweeting on this topic, please do post about them below.

7 thoughts on “10 Usability Experts to Follow on Twitter

  1. Thanks for the mention, Geno. I really do appreciate it. I would also recommend Jared Spool (@jmspool) for your list 🙂 Also, just as a FYI, you can follow Blink Interactive at @BlinkUX, I am planning on expanding the content depth and frequency for that twitter account. 🙂

  2. Dan, Sachin, thank you for these great suggestions. I’ve linked all of the ones I could find on Twitter. Could you please provide Twitter handles of the 3 I couldn’t locate?

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