Tagged ‘Usability’

Context by Proximity

A look at how the meaning of icons can change dramatically based on neighboring content.

Interface Design is a Conversation

How treating interface design like a conversation can build great sites.

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Effective Pitch and Registration Page Design

The trends of effective pitches that sell a site, and the registration forms that seal the deal.

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Designing for E-Commerce Personalities

E-commerce shoppers have a number of personalities. Learn to identify each and you’ll be able to design your site to target them.

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What NASA Can Teach You About Web Design

Learn how NASA has used the internet to make their work accessible and understandable to everyone.

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Principles of Effective Web Navigation

Navigation can make or break a site. In this article we’ll cover what works, and what to avoid when designing a usable site.

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Unique Author Comment Styles in WordPress

When you comment on your own blog, does it stand out from the rest of the conversation?

In this tutorial we’ll set up WordPress to automatically highlight the comments made by the author and blog administrators.

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Five Minute Upgrade – Increase Scannability

The average visitor is not going to take the time to read everything you have written, they will glance over it. It is important to take this into account when laying out your content, taking care to make the important information easy to notice and pop out.

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