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Graphics and Multimedia

How to Create Good User Experiences with Podcasts

by Colette Mason

Podcasts need as much planning as website content when it comes to researching and develping a concept that users will enjoy. The rising popularity of podcasts has given listeners a wider range of choices.  To remain competitive and outdo the competition, do not be complacent. Keep searching for ideas to make your podcast unique and [...]

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What Do You Dread About Graphic Design?

by Colette Mason

Do you shudder in horror at the thought of doing anything artistic with a website – if so I want to hear from you! Following on from my post asking what you dread about the techincal side of running a website, I thought I’d turn to graphics. Lots of people panic at the thought of [...]

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6 Ways to Test Icon Usability

by Colette Mason

Icons used in interface designs must be meaningful and quickly interpreted by your users, or usability will suffer. Designers are often tempted to use icons to create a specific visual theme or mood for a software interface or website. Usability specialists usually advise clients to be careful when using icons, and to only use them when the [...]

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4 Different Ways Users Learn by Watching Videos

by Colette Mason

There are four different ways that users absorb video based information. Your content needs to cater for these different learning styles if it is to be effective. There are four different ways that users assimilate video based training information.  They are:  – visual – auditory – auditory digital – kinesthetic.  While all users will process information utilizing all [...]

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