I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the what helped me learn my craft. This post shares many of the sources that have helped me learn everything I know today and the websites I follow to stay up to date.
Last week’s post on formatting in WordPress makes way to this in-depth discussion of a simple topic: text alignment. In nearly every case, don’t do it!
Keep It Simple, Stupid! It’s a bit tongue-in-cheek but still great advice. Let’s apply it to web forms and see what happens.
If you’ve got a website, read through your menu and see if it passes this excellent five-point evaluation.
A quote about home pages, stakeholders, and Bruce Willis (sort of). You probably know where this is going…
I opened this book on a flight from Seattle to Minneapolis and was pleased to read that Steve Krug wrote Don’t Make Me Think so it could be read from cover-to-cover on an airplane! It’s true and it was awesome. Let me highlight the most important ideas I took from this website usability classic.
I used to have a long drawn-out explanation for the importance of accessibility. No more! Read my new argument courtesy of Steve Krug’s classic book, Don’t Make Me Think.