Monthly Archives: November 2010

World Usability Day 2010

Tomorrow, November 11th 2010, is World Usability Day. Why should you care? Because usability can directly impact the bottom line of your firm, helping to increase conversion, leads and ultimately revenue. And in this time of the ‘great recession’ nothing … Continue reading

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Jakob Nielsen Got It (Mostly) Wrong

Why Jakob Nielsen got it (mostly) wrong Summary: Do not assume, as Jakob Nielsen’s Alphabetical Sorting article implies, that A-Z listings are usually not the best way to present a list to users. Instead, carefully evaluate your typical users and … Continue reading

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