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Satisfy the Cat, a.k.a. User-Centered Design

Published on April 12, 2011 By admin

Why user-centered design is crucial. An analogy, by John Boykin. Duration : 0:2:57 Technorati Tags: architect, architecture, Boykin, Cat, catfood, CHI, design, food, HCI, IA, information, interaction, internet, IxD, John, please, Poobah, Satisfy, site, the, UCD, UE, ui, usability, user-centered, UX, web, website

Basic Website Usability Tips

Published on February 26, 2011 By admin

This video provides some tips on how you can test the usability of your charity’s website. By: Chris Devauld Duration : 0:6:55 Technorati Tags: charity, demo, donating, donation, fundraising, online technology, usability, Web 2.0, website usability

Web Design Mistakes

Published on January 23, 2011 By admin

http://e-consultancy.com/publications/ Dr Dave Chaffey, author of E-consultancy’s Best Practice Guides, offers useful web design tips and discusses some common pitfalls to avoid. Duration : 0:3:52 Technorati Tags: accessibility, business, design, e-consultancy, econsultancy, engine, optimisation, optimization, search, seo, tech, usability, web

Web Design Best Practice Guide Dr Dave Chaffey

Published on December 16, 2010 By admin

http://www.e-consultancy.com/publications/web-design-best-practice-guide/ Dr Dave Chaffey discusses E-consultancy’s Web Design Best Practice Guide, single point of reference covering best practice approaches for all the topics that anyone involved with website design needs to do an effective job. At more than 350 pages in length we believe this one of the most comprehensive reports of its kind available, […]