Website Usability

  • Content May Be King, But Presentation is the Crown Prince

    … representation of your website. It’s been the go-to planning method for developers and designers for years and should map out in detail what you want to achieve and where you’re going to place elements of your page. Don’t mistake your wireframe for a full visual mock up though. They’ll be no end visuals and nothing past basic design. Eduardo Esparza…

    The Daily Eggin Content- 20 readers -
  • Why Ugly Website Design Often Converts (Better)

    … “Ugly websites convert better than pretty websites.” Anyone who has been around marketing or conversion optimization for long has heard that. It’s a very simplistic view of website design, but it’s not completely incorrect. The typical “ugly” website looks like it was designed 10 years ago by a high school computer whiz. Despite being…

    The Daily Egg- 28 readers -
  • Using Requirements to Improve Usability For Your Website

    … users and their goals, the easier it will be to make the necessary changes to your website in order support their needs. Now you’re wondering, “How do I find out what those goals are?” Keep reading… Requirements A requirement explains what your product is supposed to do or characteristics of your product. In order for requirements to be useful…

    Shane Jones/ Search Engine Journal- 7 readers -
  • Are You Hiding Your Best Content on Your Homepage?

    It's more than likely that you promote blog posts, about pages, testimonials, product pages, and the like to your social networks. You're not exclusively driving traffic to your homepage. As a result, it's possible that less than 50% of your website visitors are landing on your homepage with they first come to your site, which means that every page on your site is a homepage.

    Jay Baer/ Convince and Convertin Content- 20 readers -
  • Website Redesign Victory: A Step-by-Step Guide

    … Going through a website redesign almost always seems like a great idea. Who wouldn’t want to freshen their brand’s online presences, create a sleeker user interface and have a website that’s way more attractive than the competition’s? That is, it seems like a good idea until you get down into the nitty-gritty details of planning and you…

    Chelsea Baldwin/ The Daily Egg- 29 readers -
  • 13 Tips From MeasureFest 2014 (#MeasureFest)

    … MeasureFest has returned for 2014! We’re looking forward to another insightful day of Website Analytics, Conversion Rate Optimisation and Website Usability. I’ll be updating the post throughout the day, so keep checking back to see the latest analytics, CRO and usability tips. If you can’t find the talk you’re after, fear not, the post…

    Dean Marsden/ Koozai.com- 27 readers -
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