Views and News

Big Data SEO and UX Research

May 19, 2014

12 years ago, when we started Web Usability, so much in the digital world was new; digital marketing, analytics, UX, SEO to name just a few. However, in the last few years the growth of this digital tool kit has slowed down, with very few recent additions of major significance – a sign of the market […]

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Do users know what they want?

May 14, 2014

Having successfully launched our brand new responsive website we are now big advocates of this method of website design, unless fundamental issues stand in your way. Some of our clients are keen to advance down the alternative adaptive route, which recognises when a smartphone is being used and pushes an entirely separate, mobile specific site […]

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Touchy feely – is the mouse redundant?

December 12, 2013

We have recently taken delivery of a Microsoft Surface tablet and a couple of touch screen monitors. For Peter, our director, it was like Christmas had come early. Delivery day saw him happily ripping opening packaging and focusing completely on his new toys. We could have asked him for 100% pay-rises and a week off […]

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User testing early makes site more effective and saves money

June 2, 2013

Web Usability  has recently been working with digital agency Front Page doing early stage prototype testing on some designs Front Page is developing for one of their travel industry clients. We tested flat images linked together with simple hotspots to create a browsing experience. A number of issues – both strategic and tactical – emerged […]

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