Guerrilla Techniques – Does inexpensive research have to be ‘quick & dirty’?

I’m really interested to hear what guerrilla style techniques you’re using to do User Research when there’s not a lot of budget or if you don’t have the traditional research facilities or infrastructure? I imagine there’s some pretty interesting stuff going on out there, what with all the new and often free web based tools that we have available that should make observational research more…

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links for 28 June 2007 – people who think they know more

Dunning-Kruger effect – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Dunning-Kruger effect is the phenomenon whereby people who have little knowledge systematically think that they know more than others who have much more knowledge. (tags: cognitive psychology) 50 Online Accessibility and Usability Tools Including colour tools, content tools, browser tools and more (tags: accessibility usability resources tools testing)