Category Archives: Usability

The final word on ‘the fold’ debate

There is a piece of feedback that strikes fear in the heart of any designer: “But what about the fold?”. For many people in the design community, this issue is dead and buried. For clients, less so. But what’s the … Continue reading

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Touchless interaction – why the future is about letting go

It seems like just the other day we were discussing the move away from the mouse to the touchscreen, but such is the current pace of technological change and innovation, that now the talk is of a ‘post touch screen’ … Continue reading

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Five steps to more usable links

Here’s a post I wrote for The Real Adventure blog recently. How one man’s dream became a billion links to kittens Have you ever had to describe the World Wide Web to someone? Probably not, or at least not since … Continue reading

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