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Better User Experience Podcast #9: An Interview with Feng-GUI CEO Rafael Mizrahi

It’s amazing, these Internets. Last Wednesday, Newman and I we’re using Feng-GUI and writing a blog post about using Feng-GUI to aid in determining your website’s critical path and the very next day I received an email from their CEO, Rafael Mizrahi, complimenting us on the blog post. This wasn’t exactly a trivial thing to do. In our rush to get content on the website we didn’t yet have an easy way to reach out to us. I believe he eventually found a contact form on my company website and used that to send his message. So in addition to going out of his way to say something nice to us, he actually had to work to find out how to do so. (Side note: We fixed that.)

Newman is on a well-deserved two-week vacation so I invited Mr. Mizrahi to be on today’s podcast and graciously accepted even though Feng-GUI is located in Tel Aviv, Irasel and we’re located in North Carolina. We arranged a time to Skype and that conversation is what you’ll hear on today’s episode.

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Show Notes:

We discuss various aspects of Feng-GUI’s charts including:

Attention Analysis Heatmap

Gaze Plot

Area’s of Interest Report

We also talk a bit about the other research the gang at Feng-GUI does including mind controlling Angry Birds, and the Iron Man Simulator.

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