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We interact with so many objects during our day that we often don’t notice that someone actually stopped to thing about how we were going to use items.
Usability isn’t just for your users. Today’s development environments have matured into a very practical, agile hybrid. By writing tests before developing, developers increase the speed and resourcefulness of the development process. This article describes what’s unique about test-driven development, and how you can apply it to reinforce your organization’s usability mantra.
This post explores different ways to enhance user experience in blog discussions, while encouraging more viewers to leave comments.
This post examines 11 quick ways to ensure your website offers content in a usable way, and includes some suggested reading for digging deeper into writing more usable content.
This article explores in depth what causes slow load times, and how a website or blog can be minimized for a faster overall user experience.
In this post, we revisit what it is that makes a heading more user friendly, and why headings play an important role in the use of any website.
Text formatted like links can throw users off, and lead to confusion on the web. This post highlights things to keep in mind when creating links and designing copy on your site.
With the recent upsets with Twitter Phishing Scams, it should be abundantly clear why a good password is essential for both you and your users.
Headers help reader find and parse the content they are searching for. These tips show how to make headers more effective and easier to identify.