These writings date back to 2005 and earlier. Although the context has changed, these writings, authored by Davin Granroth, still remain beneficial and valid.
When designers rely solely on their own instincts, their designs can end up backfiring, especially on the web.
By learning the meanings of a few words like hit and visit, these reports can become much more useful and easy to understand.
A web plan must identify key audiences and their needs. Without this information, the plan will surely miss the mark.
Home pages are key in achieving site objectives. However, they are also some of the most misunderstood spots on the web.
Making sure desktop printers handle your web site well is an often neglected aspect of building a great user-experience.
It is often easy to build a search engine into your site, but the problem arises when your site isn't ready for one.
What motivates your site visitors, other content producers, and search engines to refer to you in the first place?
User experience considers presentation, organization, and interaction, and how each adds to the overall quality of the site.
Web users put off reading for as long as they can. Instead, they scan. So, our web text must be edited for scanning, not reading.