Why usability is important to you

Written by John S. Britsios


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If your users are satisfied, they will become loyal, and may even recommend your product or service to others.

Providers benefits from usability

As a provider, you may benefit from usability in many ways, including:

* Reduced development time and costs; * Reduced support costs; * Reduced user errors; * Reduced training time and costs; * Return on Investment.

Misconceptions about usability

Misconceptions about usability's expense," Jakob Nielsen says, "the time it involves, and its creative impact prevent companies from getting crucial user data, as doesrepparttar erroneous belief that existing customer-feedback methods are a valid driver for interface design." More: http://www.useit.com/alertbox/20030908.html

How can usability can save your company

After all, have you ever wished there was one place that contained a list of everything you need to know to make your web site user-friendly? If yes, have a look at this "User Interface Usability Checklist for Ecommerce Web sites" here: http://webnauts.net/user-interface-usability-checklist.html



This article is written by John S. Britsios, Accessibility & SEO Consultant, Usability Specialist & Trainer, founder and owner of the Webnauts Net http://www.webnauts.net


Choosing the appropriate logo for your business

Written by kay zetkin


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Your logos should contain a sense of flexibility in a wider range. It must have variations to your products according torepparttar selling strategies inrepparttar 139687 market. It should be flexible enough in a way that it will promote eagerly while remaining its consistency and objective.

Although logos donít have to express too much meaning, it needs to stand for your business category and style. Your logo will carry your companyís name so it should also have a sense of delivering out a message and attracting customers. Logos need not contain a variety of colors. It can come even in two to three colors only and designs need no to be very heavy. Simplicity with impact is appropriate. Some would even care to use enhanced smileys with little figures or writing in it.

Photo icons and wires can be very useful too. They appear to be very simple yet convey something that stands out. Labels and reduced objects of your products will be catchy and appealing especially if your product selling is common and selling out fast.

For comments and inquiries aboutrepparttar 139688 article visit http://www.graphicdesignsunlimited.com

Kay Zetkin discovered the pleasure of writing through her daily journals as a teen-ager. Writing in it helped sort out her thoughts, relieve her feelings and record what she observes of the world.


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