With the Republican Party presidential primaries of 2012 fully underway, we decided to test the home pages of the Republican Party candidates: Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and Newt Gingrich. We focussed on the travel sector, banks and online retailers in
It’s time to get some user feedback on these big retail sites we all use during the holiday season. Every year more people buy goods online. More than $18.7 billion has been spent online during November, representing a 15 percent
UX University is a platform that aims to bridge the gap between the academic and the real world. We are proud to be part of this initiative and even more proud that the last edition was in our office in
Social influence happens on the web all the time, and you can improve your webpage if you know how it works. Maybe it is best explained by a real world example: Imagine you are on a night out with your
Trust keeps coming back as one of the most important factors in the user experience of websites. We delve deeper in the theory of credibility impact by B.J. Fogg and team up with our office neighbors Springest to shed light
On May the 31st TNT | post launched it’s new logo and brand identity for the mail division, which will be rebranded from now on as PostNL. This is part of TNT’s divestment of the mail division which will be
Mashable made a fresh start of the new year by launching a redesign. The intention of this new design was to put more focus on the stories, removing clutter, and dividing the content into sections (Home, Social Media, Mobile, Web
The following table shows a selection of currently available webtools for remote usability testing and their features. Most of these services offer ways to analyze the behaviour of users. Usabilla provides valuable insights by collecting (visual) feedback.