Tag Archives: usability

Touching up a mobile webmail service

MTV3 Mail service ‘Luukku’ has been wanting an overhaul for a long time. Due to limited screen spaces, it leaves less room for designer to work in. Mobile design is all about function and all aesthetics must be subject to functionality. This means we will be doing quite a bit of more testing than in our other projects. It also […]

Semantically styling breadcrumbs—What’s wrong with » > › → / • ?

We need to optimize our sites for search engines, but shouldn’t we do it in a semantically correct manner? Apparently I’m a year late with this topic – It was about a year ago, when Google started adding breadcrumbs to SERPS, but hopefully it will make it easier to find the answers I’m looking for. […]

10 Violated Usability Conventions

Content that requires registration: Most common examples: Digital newspapers (NYTimes). Most common excuses: “Our content is so good, it’s worth requiring registration”. http://noscope.com/journal/2009/01/violated I think I’ve covered most of the list myself… Sorry!