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7 Bad Assumptions to Avoid About Your Website

When it comes to planning a website, we've seen too many people make choices with good intentions but bad outcomes. Here's 7 bad assumptions you don't want to make about your own website......

Posted on October 06, 2010 In Design, User Experience

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Google Expanded Listings vs. Home Page

Are Google's expanded search links more efficient in navigating users to the information they want than the home pages they conceal? Jason Fried seems to think so. Whether you agree or not, Fried's article from 37signals begs the question: Should we...

Posted on August 25, 2010 In User Experience

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Is your website as helpful as your best employee?

You expect your employees to be friendly, professional, articulate, and helpful to customers—and your website should be the same.When users come to a website and discover difficult navigation and overwhelming text, it’s like getting a clueless rep ...

Posted on February 09, 2010 In User Experience

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Tirade on Web Portfolios

Hands down, a web portfolio is the best way to display your art/design/photography, if you do it right. There are a lot of ways you can showcase your work, but let’s be honest—users just want to quickly move through your portfolio. When this becomes...

Posted on January 28, 2010 In User Experience

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Orange Fresh

Updating your website regular is crucial to keeping it fresh and relevant. Many content management systems (CMS) have been developed to solve this problem, but they are often clunky and confusing, feature-limited, or expensive. That’s why we develop...

Posted on September 22, 2008 In User Experience, Team

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