Articles published in 2010


And the winners of the Belgian Usability Awards 2010 are… (11-Nov-2010)

The winners of the Belgian Usability Awards 2010 are: UiT in Vlaams-Brabant, KrisKras and Karel de Grote-Hogeschool.

Registration kills conversion (25-Oct-2010)

A lot of online shops force you to create an account or register before you can buy anything. Not the best move if you want to actually make some money. Read why.

Title and description tags: a complete guide (01-Sep-2010)

The most complete guide to page title and description tags on the web. How do you write good page titles and description tags? Read all about it.

How to track down the least visited pages of your website and what to do with them (25-Aug-2010)

Producing content is fun. But are all those pages really helping users? Or are they getting in the way? A step-by-step guide to putting your website on a diet.

Visa’s idea of safe: Internet Explorer 6 (11-Aug-2010)

In 2010, the only way to get into Visa Online is with Internet Explorer 6. In a business where safety is key, that’s not exactly ideal…

Analyse your site search to increase ROI (29-Jul-2010)

Finding out what people use your search feature for, helps you to know what your visitors really want. Once you know that, you can adjust your site accordingly and turn that knowledge into profit. Read our tips.

Analyse your own site search with Google Analytics (20-Jun-2010)

By telling Google Analytics how your search feature works, you can analyse your visitors’ queries. We tell you how.

Faceted search: 4 design tips (08-Jun-2010)

If you have a large range of closely related products or services, faceted search helps people to look for things based on criteria that are important for them. What are the do’s and don’ts in faceted search?

5 tips to show users where they are on your website (31-May-2010)

Not everyone enters your website via the homepage. 5 tips to show people which website they’re on and where they are on your site.

Useless overview pages at deSingel (24-May-2010)

Research shows that users spend 80% of their time above the page fold. But a lot of websites don’t really take that into account. deSingel is one of them.