Archive for Usability

Accessibility of pre-filled input fields

In the last few days I found myself facing a tough question: are pre-filled input fields considered accessible yet? It took me some time, asking my colleagues and consulting accessibility experts, to find out a possible answer.

50 Questions to Evaluate Your Website

Carsten Cumbrowsky’s article on Search Engine Journal provide us a long and pretty list of questions that a website owner should ask himself about his website. I think it could hardly be considered a final list… so, as the author himself suggested, feel free to discuss about it!

Designing for people

People are changing the way they consume online information and consequently their expectations about websites. Design aim is to give solutions in response of user’s needs, in other words, more intuitive and usable websites.

News and Articles

@media 2009 London

One day to go! What is considered one of the most intriguing and awe-inspiring web events around, will take place in London on Tue 25th and Fri 26th.

12 examples of mind-blowing websites

Web designers struggle every day to create impressive and usable websites, but what makes the difference between a good and functional product and a mind-blowing one?

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Recommended Books

Bulletproof Web Design

Bulletproof Web DesignStandards-based strategies for building designs that provide flexibility, readability, and user control--key components.

Web Standards Creativity

Web Standards Creativity10 web design lessons from 10 of the worlds best web designers: cutting-edge XHTML, CSS, and DOM scripting techniques.

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