- Create a clear visual hierarchy on each page
- Take advantage of conventions
- Break pages up into clearly defined areas
- Make it obvious what’s clickable
- Minimize noise
By Susan Weinschenk, Ph.D.
Whether you spend a fair amount of time online, or you are responsible for the design or content of a web site or web application, the list below should be of interest to you.
What are the most important attributes of a web site that make it both usable and persuasive? Why do some web sites succeed in making us click while others result in abandonment? Continue reading
Everyone would agree that usability is an important aspect of Web design. Whether you’re working on a portfolio website, online store or Web app, making your pages easy and enjoyable for your visitors to use is key. Many studies have been done over the years on various aspects of Web and interface design, and the findings are valuable in helping us improve our work. Here are 10 useful usability findings and guidelines that may help you improve the user experience on your websites. Continue reading
- “Don’t make me think.” 不要让我思考
- “It doesn’t matter how many times I have to click, as long as each click is a mindless, unambiguous choice.” 我不介意需要点击多少次，只要每个链接是有意义和明显的
- “Get rid of half the words on each page, then get rid of half of what is left.” 每一页去掉一半的文字，再把剩下的再精简一半
From: Krug, S. (2006), Don’t Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability, Berkeley, CA: New Riders