Articles published in 2009
Brussels Airlines is the public vote winner of the Usability Awards 2009. The task-oriented homepage and the user-friendly way of looking for and booking a flight are a few of the site’s highlights.
Congratulations to the winners of the Belgian Usability Awards 2009: Brussels Airlines, Ancienne Belgique and Plan België. And to runners-up Kudzu, UiT in Vlaanderen, Bubblestick and Leuven.
iPerceptions’ research shows that 48% of the people on e-commerce websites doesn’t buy due to lack of usability. Even worse: 38,5% of the people who visit a website with the intention to buy, don’t succeed in doing so.
On 10 November 2009 we will announce the winners of the first edition of the Belgian Usability Awards.
10 November 2009, 17h00 till 19h30
Holiday Inn Garden Court Brussels Expo
Keizerin Charlottelaan 6 – 1020 Brussels
Easy to reach by car and public transport (subway at 2 minutes walk)
Entrance fee: nothing. It’s free!
Now, don’t get carried [...]
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 is great. If you use it well. We show some good and bad examples from travel websites.
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.
You think a picture is worth a thousand words? Take our little single question quiz. And think again.
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:
UiT in Vlaanderen
Vlaamse Maatschappij voor Watervoorziening
It’s up to you now to decide which of these websites deserves to win the title of Belgium’s Most User-friendly Website.
The Unisys homepage looks nice. Unfortunately that’s only true at first glance. Go on, try to click it. I dare you.