Tag Archive: user experience

Sep 29

Links should always be blue and underlined

Note from Jimmy Hua: This post is shared through my Google Reader from another source. All credit of the post belongs to them which you can access by going to Links should always be blue and underlined So you thought it would be clever to make your links pretty? Don’t do it! If you’re short …

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Sep 10

Beyond Usability

Note from Jimmy Hua: This post is shared through my Google Reader from another source. All credit of the post belongs to them which you can access by going to Beyond Usability In this article I wanted to try to make the case that as an industry we need to expand the focus of User …

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Sep 26

Designing User Interfaces For Business Web Applications

This post is shared through my Google Reader from another source. All credit of the post belongs to them which you can access by going to Designing User Interfaces For Business Web Applications Business Web application design is too often neglected. I see a lot of applications that don’t meet the needs of either businesses …

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Sep 22

Where Is The Fold

Note from Jimmy Hua: A friend of mine, Alissa, posted this on her site. “Where is the fold” is a very interesting site for those who are interested in what users can see on a site when they reach your site. With different screen resolution, certain information on your site can show up above or below …

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