When I judge “user friendly” design, I’m looking for the following factors:
- Is it easy to read?
- Are all of the elements in “familiar” places?
- Are the actions I’m supposed to take simple & clear?
This one was fun for me, because it played so well into the article we recently published on the effect of typography has on user experience, and really drove home the importance of some of our older pieces as well.
Watch this 11 min review:
The major theme here is to make everything more readable, more apparent, and more “personalized” to the people visiting in the site.
- Why Simple Websites Are Scientifically Better
- 10 Useful Findings About How People View Websites
- 19 Things We Can Learn From Numerous Heatmap Tests
- Useful Value Proposition Examples
- Is Emotion Necessary To Make More Sales?
- How & Why You Should Invest In Customer Testimonials
- Making The Most Of Your Email Autoresponder
- Creating An Awesome Lead Magnet
- Rotating Images Kill Conversions
Here’s the Sideshow