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Is Your Website Like a Pair of Killer Heels or Old Sneakers?

by Colette Mason

A product that is both attractive to look at and really useful is an amazing combination, and guaranteed to sell well. I guess you’ve heard of the iPod? It’s all about the choices you make Getting this combination right takes some skill. Imagine a pair of shoes. Going into a shop, the pair that catches your eye would be [...]

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4 Tips to Improve Website Effectiveness

by Colette Mason

User-friendly websites that are easy to use and draw users in with quality content are more likely to succeed. 1. Focus on your user’s needs and views. A common mistake that some website owners make is to forget to assess how user friendly their website is. Website usability is one component of web design that often gets [...]

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Improving Your Website with Focus Groups and Usability Testing

by Colette Mason

Website usefulness and usability can be assessed by interviewing groups of users and running user tests. User research is a fundamental step in creating a successful website. Focus groups and usability testing as tools for user research reveal lots of interesting information about your website and your users. By gathering user feedback, you can correctly identify user needs [...]

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Have a Clear Idea About What Your Visitors Want

by Colette Mason

It’s important to know some details about who your site is for and what sort of things people want, otherwise you can easily creating something no-one is very interested in using.

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Tips For Checking If You’ve Met The 5 Es for User-Friendly Designs

by Colette Mason

In one of my earlier posts I offered some user-friendly design tips. In this post I offer some techniques on you can test how well your information meets your user needs.

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