Posts tagged with ‘user friendly’

 

They seem to love it in the US. Many blogs write about the latest trend: Responsive Design. With the arrival of smart phones and tablets, this is a logical solution for those who do not want to invest in various versions of a website for all those different devices. This phenomenon also starts to appear… continue reading

As a web usability enthusiast I spend quite some time looking for ways to improve my blog in an attempt to make the visit as smooth and pleasant as possible. In this article I’ll be talking about some very simple WordPress plugins that will transform your blog in a more user-friendly version with only a few minutes of work…continue reading

It is commonly known that user testing (and evalutation) should start throughout the early stages of development of a website. It is cost-effective when these tests are conducted in the right point of development but that doesn’t mean you should stop testing once the website goes online. I wrote an article (Fading navigation on the… continue reading

I’m sure you’ve seen them before, these mindbreaking questions you need to answer or decipher just to comment on an article. After 5 try-outs the horrible thing finally agrees to what you’ve typed down. As a webmaster you don’t want to spend too much time desciding whether the comment was made by a automated bot… continue reading