Author: cre8pc

I’m back from vacation and ready to share cool finds from the world of usability and search engine marketing. First up, SEOMoz has put up the results of their SEO Industry Survey My buddy, Dr. Pete, does a nice writeup of results and, being a usability guy, makes the page easy to scan to glean the results. The old cry that there aren’t many women in the SEO industry still rings true, with 77% of respondents being men. Based onRead more…

Longtime member and retired moderator, “Send2Paul”, has left a hilarious post at Cre8asiteforums that I’m sure many of you can relate to. Your E-Mail Notification Settings Have Been Saved Click to Enlarge We have received your sign-off. Please confirm this by clicking the link in the email sent to you. Click to Enlarge

I’m excited to introduce you to a new web site launched by my long time friend, Ross Dunn. I love the design and the ENERGY it puts out. Strongly recommended! Visit Social Media Tips. Learn Social Media Efficiently:SocialMediaTips.com was launched on July 25th, 2012 with simplicity in mind; find the social network you are interested in, sort the tips to find exactly what you want, and then learn. Please try it out and provide feedback on the right (the smileyRead more…

The main objective of usability reviews and functional testing is to help your online business succeed and meet all of your goals. Often, a company simply doesn’t know how to be successful online because their staff isn’t experienced with all the skills necessary to be and remain competitive. Usability is an important business decision if revenue is expected to come from a web site. It is used to determine what is wanted and needed by a business. Usability input isRead more…

Two hurdles web designers face when designing web sites are how to setup the information architecture and from there, create easy to understand navigation. Hopefully, an easy to understand navigation scheme also means easy to use. But, should we really have to THINK about navigation? I don’t want to. I want to be able to scan words that tell me where I am, where to go, what happens when I get there, and why I should take a few extraRead more…

User friendly navigation, especially drop down menus, sometimes have usability issues. Here’s a nice article for designing drop down menus. E-commerce drop-down menus: examples and best practices Drop-down menus are a valuable navigational tool for e-commerce and other sites. There are potential usability issues, but a well designed drop-down will help customers to navigate more quickly and effectively. In this post, I’ll look at some of the pros and cons of drop-downs, mega drop-downs, as well as some examples andRead more…

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