Category: Today’s Finds

For my friends who devour case studies in Human Factors and new thinking in web design, here are some of my more recent finds. Service Design Elements that comprise Service Design as a discipline. Introduction to the Fundamentals of Motivation There is little escaping the fact that our motivations or how we explain and conceptualise them digs deeper into our own psyche and that of our societies than very often as designers we are prepared or entitled to look. FurthermoreRead more…

Update from John Mueller from Google – “5:09 PM It’s still up and running – the counts are being worked on. We use it on all our blogs as well :-)?” If you didn’t get the memo or have the ability to read Google’s universal mind, their free RSS and email subscription service is no longer available. Cre8asiteforums Moderator, Barry Welford, sounded the alert: Your Feedburner Subscriber Stats = 0 :should You Worry? We’re seeking alternatives to Feedburner in thatRead more…

While I’m in the process of bulldozing this site, I found two very cool Usability finds too good not to share if you love freebies. Visit  Download Free UX Books Free UX Research Tools by ZURB Thanks ActualInsights for aiding and abetting my UX addiction.

IF you own or are working on an ecommerce website and have questions about user interface that converts, you may like The State Of E-Commerce Checkout Design 2012 Here’s a walkthrough of just a handful of the interesting stats we’ve found when benchmarking the top 100 grossing e-commerce websites’ checkout processes: The average checkout process consist of 5.08 steps. 24% require account registration. 81% think their newsletter is a must have (opt-out or worse). 41% use address validators. 50% asksRead more…

Have I got the list of lists for you. Are you looking for the very best list of authoritative standards sites? One of my most favorite persons, “iamlost” (sure, he has a real name but this one is so cute) just posted the list to beat all lists at Cre8asiteforums. It goes into web site standards, web best practices, server stuff, Internet stuff, database goodies and organizations. Bookmark and feast on A Site List For Web Standards And Best Practices

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…

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