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Most web designers consider the creation of wireframes an important part of their web design process. However, less consider it a group activity.
It is not unusual for usability experts to claim that aesthetics are not important. If a site is usable that is all that matters. However, that is simply not true – design matters.
User personas have become a staple deliverable for branding and web agencies. But, how useful are they really and what other tools help us understand users better?
Stuck behind a desk? Lacking inspiration? Have a boss who doesn’t get creatives? Then perhaps Flickr holds the answer.
Do you really know how users are seeing your content? Are they consuming it via your website as one would expect? There is a good chance they are not.
You may have the ultimate picture of who your users are, but can you say the same thing about your organisation?
Adding details to your design may increase customer satisfaction and engagement, but they can often be hard to justify financially.
Why are companies quite happy to invest in the design of their websites, but think the intranet is unimportant? Is an intranet really less important?
As some websites increase their advertising spaces during difficult economic times, do you find this can kill off designer creativity?
We all know that Photoshop and Fireworks are far from perfect for designing responsive websites, but what is the alternative?
Is it really appropriate for web designers to use tools like Photoshop or Fireworks when designing websites that have to adapt to a variety of screen sizes?
Do the websites that you are involved in contain anything that makes your users go oooh? If you want users to remember and return to your site, there are two things (amongst others) that you have to …
Apologies for the long delay since I last posted an audio tip. I have been working on redesigning the Headscape website and this has taken a considerable amount of time. Because the site is relativ…