Monthly Archives: May 2010

When SEO Kills Usability

When SEO kills Usability Using some SEO (Search Engine Optimization) techniques without proper consideration of a positive user experience is the fast way to kill usability. I’ve noted this as have others, including Google’s Chief of News, Josh Cohen, who … Continue reading

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Usability is in the Details

Usability is in the details Although usability practitioners love to show examples of big usability issues with websites and applications, the vast majority of usability issues are typically in the details.  By forcing your application users or website visitors to … Continue reading

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5 Radical Ideas From Usability Presentations

Five Radical Ideas from Usability Presentations Everyone needs a good shake-up now and then, and that’s why these 5 radical ideas from 5 rad usability presentations are well worth your time. Being influenced by radical ideas can lead to big … Continue reading

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