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Why What People Think of Your Website Doesn’t Really Matter

By on June 19, 2010 in web user experience with 0 Comments
Why What People Think of Your Website Doesn’t Really Matter

I’m noticing more clients say they want a user-friendly website. That’s good — it means more people realize it’s important to know how well a site works for end-users. But understanding what makes for a valid usability test? Well, that hasn’t caught on as much. Even attractive websites have usability problems This came to mind […]

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Top 6 Usability Tips For Website Design

By on January 26, 2010 in web user experience with 0 Comments
Top 6 Usability Tips For Website Design

This is a guest post by Ruben Reyes, President of Lyquix, Inc. a Philadelphia-based  IT and web development company. Ruben works hard to help prevent poorly designed websites from ever seeing the light of day and I’m pleased he was kind enough to write this article outlining six important usability tips. Read up and learn […]

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The DIY Guide to Web Usability Testing

By on November 29, 2009 in web user experience with 2 Comments
The DIY Guide to Web Usability Testing

Usability is a simple word that’s tough to pin down. If you define it as “capable of being used” the implication is, you can either use something, or not. Pretty cut and dry. Ah, but there’s more to it. A car, for instance, can operate perfectly fine; or it can start and stall and start […]

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