Category: Kim Krause Berg

Last July I asked the Community at Cre8asiteforums the following questions in a thread titled “As An Seo/sem Or Web Dev, What Do You Want To Know About Usability?“: “I’m sending you to a search engine marketing conference and I want you to pick up some education usability”. What would you want to know? What would be useful information for you work or business? Is it more about what it is, or how to implement it or a balance ofRead more…

I turned 50 years old this morning at 7:12 am. In some cultures, the moment a baby is born, everything is recorded. The sounds and sights. Who was there or not there. The position of the moon, sun, earth and stars. Whether or not the wind blew or the coyote sang. I awoke this morning to the springtime chorus of birds, who are likely mating and watching their nests. On my 40th birthday, a crow literally perched outside my bedroomRead more…

But this was cool. Members only link – to the celebration of my 10,000 post. I was thinking that these posts are just since Cre8asiteforums came about in its present form in 2002. From 1998 to then, I was posting in the original version of it, as well as Webmasterworld and MarketPositionGold’s forum. And, if you count blog comments, Sphinn comments, articles, columns, live blogging…it can boggle the mind. Thanks to Risa Borsykowsky for the cover design. Kim Krause BergRead more…

A commercial in the USA may be aimed at the woman inside the woman. A woman with magic, spark and a no regrets sense of who she is and where she’s going. For starters, in the TV spot, she’s in the driver’s seat. I can’t remember the make or model of the automobile. I don’t care who the woman is behind the wheel. What I remember and giggle to myself about is that she asks if your car turns youRead more…

As I return to a less intense work load than in weeks past, I thought I’d relax with you and share some recent usability blog posts that caught my eye, but I haven’t had time to write or comment on them. Four Bad Designs. Jakob Nielsen picks four examples of designs that missed their mark. Each example is right-on, but my favorite is the first one. Without incentive, there’s no reason to care about the call to action. Google NowRead more…

One of my favorite moments is when my kids take over the kitchen. Last night, my 18 year old daughter and her boyfriend decided to make chocolate covered strawberries after we’d made a big dinner for everyone. They’d never done it before. They went out to the store and bought chocolate chips and big, fat strawberries. Back at the house, they dumped the chips into a pan and melted them. However, it didn’t have right consistency. It was too thickRead more…

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