Articles published in 2009
Overview of the 10 most popular articles on usability and information architecture on The Web Usability Blog in 2009.
Comparing products is one of the top tasks on the web. Make it easy for users to compare your products or services. 4 best practices.
What would Google look like if marketing managers and CEOs got involved? Probably a lot different than today’s simple focus on search… Warning: the video may shock sensitive viewers.
Google’s new homepage focuses 100% on search. Tools and advertising programs are not prominently displayed. A classic example of knowing what your visitors’ top tasks are and acting on it.
The wrong images can give people the wrong idea about your company…
Great articles on usability and copywriting, some quotes and a handy tool to check what your mailings look like in different mailclients.
Usability improvements increased UiTinVlaanderen’s visitor numbers with 300%. The website also finished 2nd in 2 categories at the Usability Awards 2009.
The website of Plan België, winner of the jury prize for ‘Most user-friendly government or non-profit website’ at the Usability Awards 2009, charmed the jury with its good looks and user-friendliness. The copywriting is adapted to the web and the calls to action are focused on the site’s top tasks.
The website of Ancienne Belgique, winner of the jury prize for ‘Most user-friendly corporate or commercial website’ at the Usability Awards 2009, stands out because of its clean design and well-integrated community features.
Especially if they take more than 1 minute to load. Sony Vaio bites the dust big time.