3 questions a good navigation system should answer

Web site navigation is unmistakeably one of the most important elements on your web site and will likely influence the success of your site and your user’s experience. According to Web usability expert, Jakob Nielsen, a good navigation system should answer three questions: Where am I? Where have I been? Where can I go? ____________________ […]

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A great tool for web site browser testing (Litmus)

A colleague of mine told me about the Litmus application a few months ago. It is an application to help make browser compatibility testing for web sites easier. I just came across his note again and am looking forward to trying it out. Has anyone reading this used the software? What is Litmus? The advanced […]

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Web usability tips everyone should know

Website usability is oftentimes overlooked for preferences, cool tricks, or trying to fit too many things on a page. There are many important things to consider when designing or building a web site for best usability. Jacob Neilson, the usability expert, defines usability as: What is usability? Usability is a quality attribute that assesses how […]

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Work around for Z-index and Flash movies

Having trouble with layering your elements when a Flash movie is involved? I have run into this CSS issue a couple times and always need to look it up. Recently, I was working on a project for Balmoral Golf Club in Fishers, IN. They have a full Flash site, and it is not the greatest […]

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