A new usability study clearly shows that website overlays do not serve any needs of a significant group of people with disabilities.
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.
As a web designer, one of my jobs is to understand people’s design preferences before I put pencil to paper and mouse to screen. Looking at other websites as examples of design is important but provide misleading reactions when it comes to make decisions. Using Example Sites to Guide Design Projects Looking at examples of … Continue reading ““Engaging” “Interactive” Websites & The Pepsi Challenge”
The Nielsen Norman Group article on handling design feedback is jam-packed with great information.
New findings from email newsletter research show importance of writing content that recipients find relevant even though people are less attached to newsletters than they used to be.
An excerpt of an email to a client describes the considerations I take when designing a “Donate” button on a nonprofit’s website.