The Usability Review
Scott Barnard is the founder of The Usability Review and the mobile website RememberStuff.com. He has over a decade of experience in information architecture and user experience design. Get in touch with Scott if you’d like to hire him to consult on web, mobile app, or desktop application design at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Category Archives: Website Usability
I recently did some work for Suzuki on their SuzukiCycles.com domain with another agency. One of the things that I noticed was that Suzuki splits its traffic across 4 domains: Suzuki.com SuzukiCycles.com SuzukiAuto.com SuzukiMarine.com As a result, the domain with … Continue reading
One of the most basic usability principals on the web is that users quickly learn to avoid banner ads. I like to think of banner ads as page spam. The typical rate at which people open spam email message is … Continue reading
I recently encountered one of the most entertaining articles/videos I have seen in a long time. And it can be applied to a couple typical usability questions that come up on every client project: 1) can we assume the user … Continue reading
CBSSports.com has a great feature. It is called Rapid Reports and provides users with numerous brief news snippets about every team in the NFL every day. However, one element of their design breaks a convention that leads me (and many … Continue reading