Articles published in October 2009

Usability articles (28-Oct-2009)

Articles on user testing versus expert reviews, the ideal user test moderator, the way links should work and the role of data in the design process.

Google Maps: cases from travel websites (21-Oct-2009)

Google Maps is great. If you use it well. We show some good and bad examples from travel websites.

Page fold: myth or reality? (18-Oct-2009)

Is the page fold a myth? Do or don’t people scroll? Everything you’ve always wanted to know about the page fold and page length.

Can you pick the right picture? (11-Oct-2009)

You think a picture is worth a thousand words? Take our little single question quiz. And think again.

Usability Awards 2009: vote for your favourite! (05-Oct-2009)

Out of more than 200 submissions, a¬†professional jury has shortlisted 10 websites for the first edition of the Belgian Usability Awards. The shortlist in alphabetical order: Ancienne Belgique Brussels Airlines Bubblestick Kudzu Leuven Plan Belgi√ę Pukkelpop UiT in Vlaanderen Vlaamse Maatschappij voor Watervoorziening It’s up to you now to decide which of these websites […]

Unisys homepage: can I click it? (02-Oct-2009)

The Unisys homepage looks nice. Unfortunately that’s only true at first glance. Go on, try to click it. I dare you.