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It’s astonishing how often the issue of accessibility in web design is simply disregarded or ignored. Refusing to acknowledge disabled users of your website is potentially damaging – as well as the impact on your reputation, discriminatory laws in both the US and UK mean that there can now be legal implications for those who… continue reading

In the first part about Call to Action buttons, I talked about the usage of color and how it affects the user’s behaviour. As mentioned in this article, a CTA-button has 4 important tools: placement, shape (and size), message and color. In this second part I would like to give you some pointers about the… continue reading

By combining scientific studies on color with some design principles, you can create a great call-to-action button for your website and improve its conversion rate drastically… 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

A tag cloud is a small summary of tags used throughout your website and can be implemented for several reasons: as an alternative navigation, to provide a quick overview of the website, article, pictures,… and an attempt to give the SEO (search engine optimization) a boost. Tag clouds were used on a huge amount of websites back in… continue reading

„Understanding your users is the first step towards defining the exact problem. does just that!“
- Paul