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Website Usability

Website UsabilityWebsite usability is all about making the desired actions on your site effortless. There's always a reason why your website's performance leaves much to be desired. Ask questions, and never be afraid of doubting your impeccability. Usability is quite a disputable topic and most of web designers have personal opinion about it. Here we've collected a number of articles and tutorials that are sure to provoke some ideas and hopefully will inspire you to run a few usability experiments.
Web tools and services can do your daily repetitive tasks or even help you build more emotional websites. Take for example the LayerSlider which will help you build an animation in minutes and put it on your website. Your visitors will highly appreciate it and for sure your engagement rate will increase. It’s super simple and such a web tool can do the trick for you.
To land up in a beautiful web-page all of a sudden can't be an unusual incident for any of us nowadays, thanks to the fact that we all are almost internet-freaks!! So, after we end up with such a page we usually exclaim, "It is certainly one of the most appealing pages!!" But, within a minute, we dramatically change our tune if we just can't find anything that we've been looking for! Then, out of frustration and anger, we end up abandoning the page while vowing for never return again. Now, can i...
Everyone defines success differently, even in user experience (UX) design. People have a hard time defining success for a field that is so young, where quantifying what goes on daily can prove challenging. So, what makes a UX designer a success? Several things, but the first step is quite simple: You must give up. Give up your expectations, not your ambitions at success.
When you're looking for a Point-of-Sale system for a brick and mortar store, it's usually pretty easy to identify what functions and perks you want and need. Being able to track sales and cash flow, easily update accounting records, and even manage employee permissions are all standard items on the list.
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The terms, "UI" and "UX" get thrown around a lot. Sometimes, they're used interchangeably; and at other times, a clear distinction is made. For the new web designer, just starting out on their journey to greatness, this can be a problem.
Cross-browser testing is a critical step to take before a website goes live. Those who neglect this process risk high bounce rates, since some users might be unable to view or even navigate your web presence. There are many tools to help you with cross-browser testing. The following list includes free and freemium tools that you can use to ensure greater browser compatibility.
Website speed plays an essential role in overall website functionality. It's typically the first step in defining user experience. If a website's landing page has trouble loading, or if too many plugins cause sections of it to appear or function at a slower rate, that tends to give users a poor first impression, if it doesn't lose them altogether.
According to statistics published by the Online Marketing Institute a website with poor usability isn't too popular with visitors. Unfortunately, most people go on without realizing the effect that the way their site is laid out could be the reason they are unsuccessful. This article will help you avoid that mistake.
I've put together a list of 8 of our favourite website/UI dashboards to give you an idea of what you can achieve when creating your very own custom web admin dashboard. Plus all of them are free and very well done. So go ahead and get them for your next project!
Are you interested in becoming a web designer? Have you always been attracted by the allure of being responsible for what Internet users see, experience and absorb when surfing the web? Well, then you might want to become a web designer. Of course, you just may want to pick up a thing or two about web design, and that's completely fine, too.