Following our first ArticulateTalk at Club Workspace Chiswick, here’s a little venue review for anyone considering a business-wisdom event of their own.
Tag Archives | Web design
‘Type is power’. A lovely little stop-motion video on the history of typography.
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.
Design means many things and involves all sorts of people and ideas: here are just a few of the best from the web.
People read your words very differently if they appear on a screen rather than page, so it’s important you know how to write for the small screen.
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 [...]
Learn how to approach website evaluation with the right mind-set and convert your reactions into meaningful feedback.
I went live with my new company website last week (although I still need to write copy for a few pages). I’m really pleased with the result – it’s shiny and a big improvement over the previous version – but it’s been a struggle and I learned a few things along the way which may [...]
People look all over the place when they first land on a page. Eye tracking studies have shown people tend to look at websites in an ‘F’ pattern, but it’s not quite that simple. People don’t read what they look at– they scan for keywords People skip almost anything if they can avoid it. They [...]
Today I spent 45 minutes helping my father-in-law fix a problem that had been caused by a kludgy bit of UI design in Windows 7. It has so many options and buttons and ways to do things that it’s really easy for a naive user to do something that appears logical but actually causes real [...]