Monthly Archives: February 2009

Usability & Customer Experience

Usability Can and Should be Applied Across the Entire Customer Experience (Not Just a Web Site) Many years ago, while working at a large health insurance company I stumbled across a great usability truth. It wasn’t by design that I … Continue reading

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Usability and SEO ROI

Usability & Search Engine Optimization Share the Same Problem: How to Define Return On Investment A recent post by Search Engine Optimization (SEO) guru Bruce Clay discussed the difficulty of providing an estimate of SEO Return On Investment (ROI) for … Continue reading

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Customer Satisfaction Surveys are Usability Early Warning Radar

Web Site Customer Satisfaction Surveys Can be Usability Early Warning Radar A brief story about customer satisfaction and usability: Joe Usability conducts usability testing for BigNameCompany.com. Joe conducts usability tests for new web site applications, as well as on his … Continue reading

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