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Many web projects begin with a long list of requirements submitted by various stakeholders across the organisation. However, these ‘wishlists’ are often divorced from the needs of the user.
Many website owners seem obsessed with the idea of personalisation. But is this obsession justified? Do the majority of websites actually require personalisation features and are they desirable?
Paul would you mind sharing your thoughts on the practice of using ‘subscribe’ popups for initial user visits for eComm sites?
Are you ensuring your clients have an enjoyable, engaging and satisfying experience when they work with you?
You may have the ultimate picture of who your users are, but can you say the same thing about your organisation?
Do you work within a large organisation? Are frustrated when you try to improve their web strategy? Remember that you are not alone and whatever you do, don’t lose your positivity. Anything is possible.
If you want to make real change to your clients website, you need to move from being an implementor to an advisor.
A successful website is about a lot more than web design. But who is helping clients deal with these bigger issues?
There is no point of spending money on an Intranet platform such as Sharepoint if you are not also going to invest in managing the content and creating a strong user experience.
Should designers be more multidisciplinary? I.e know UI, layout, graphics, copy, HTML etc??
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?
What is the best way of dealing with negative feedback online? The answer is rarely to ignore the problem and hope it goes away!