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Tag Archives | Usability
PowerPoint has a bad reputation, but the program doesn’t make bad presentations. People do. Learn how to use PowerPoint more effectively with these tips.
A slew of options exist for online collaboration and multi-person document editing tools and here we let you know how Quip measures up in particular.
In the interests of science I experimented with editing Word documents on my iPhone and iPad, transferring between devices mid-flow. This is my report.
Scrapple gets reviewed. Is the mind mapping, note-taking, colour-coding replacement for paper and pen worth the digital switch? Read and find out.
Your home page has to do an awful lot with very little space and in a very short time. So, here are 15 tips and points of view on making it work well.
Six links to thought-provoking articles and videos on marketing from across the web. This is what inspired us this week.
As an entrepreneur I spend a lot of my time optimising. Better copy at Articulate, new features for Turbine, better processes, staff training etc. This is necessary and important. But real breakthroughs come when you stop trying to optimise what you’re already doing and start doing something altogether. Sometimes you have to work on the […]
Writing copy that is easy to read, understand and remember is good for business. It respects your readers and increases your impact. But it also improves your SEO. You can see how Google assesses different site’s readability using advanced search. In the reading level results filter, select ‘annotate results with reading levels’. You can then […]
Research and experience show that short words are better than long words for improving comprehension, recall, engagement and credibility.