Author Archives: Mark Oleszczak

Mark Oleszczak

Mark Oleszczak is a user experience designer and information architect. He supports minimalism, vegetarianism, and sarcasm Follow the author on Twitter
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Think About The Link

This is a guest post written by Mark Oleszczak.

Have you ever had an itch inside of your head? If so, you probably realize that every possible scenario of how to relieve that obnoxious tickling sensation would end up in a painful death.? Long pointy tube directly through the ear: death. Jumping straight up into a spike: death. Pulling your head off: death.
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UX & SEO: A Love Story

This is a guest post written by our friend Mark Oleszczak

Oftentimes, when people hear the words “search engine optimization” – they think of shady people who love keyword stuffing, gimmicky page titles, and who in general love to ruin the cleanliness of a beautiful website. While those people do exist, it’s important to note that not all search engine optimizers are the same, and there are a number of easy things you can do as a designer to ensure your site is beautiful for both your target audience and for robots.

Aww… robots.

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