Tag: requirements gathering

One of my tasks when performing web site usability audits is understanding the goals and objectives its owner has in mind for it. Typically I can tell from some designs this wasn’t out from the beginning, so here is a quick review. Get Organized When you first sat down to consider your plans, did you think about your business requirements?  Why do you want a web site? What do you hope to accomplish?  How will you do this? Some exampleRead more…

I like to keep things simple. I’ve found that when it comes to search engine marketing, usability, accessibility and user experience web design, the fear of doing something wrong can paralyze project momentum. I was asked, What new technologies adversely affect usability today? I replied, Any technique or technology that interferes with a user task is not recommended. Simple, right? Not so fast. In a perfect world (and with any smart business), putting a business online requires thought and planningRead more…