As 2013 draws to a close, we say farewell to another year of blogging. Over the past 12 months, us here at Usabilla have been producing an average of two articles a week. My primary school maths tells me that
This is the second part of our test of the PS4 and Xbox One using our Usabilla Survey. Part 1 can be found here. You can view/download the full PDF of the review here. With the scores tied 1-1 from
This is Part 1 of our review. Part 2 can be found here. Enjoy! You can view/download the full PDF of the review here. It has been a year of intense debate. Insults hurled from side to side. Two rival
The latest instalment in our monthly list of User Experience terms and definitions. Each month, we are adding new terms to our existing glossary of Usability and UX definitions; terms we deem useful, interesting or – hopefully – a mixture
In today’s world, desktop and laptop PC sales are virtually in free fall. The reduction in sales of these traditional computers has been a direct consequence of the rise in tablet, phablet, and smartphone ownership. It is with smartphone in
There’s a chill in the air as we brace for inevitable snowy onslaught. The heating has been cranked up, that Coca Cola advert is on TV again, and we’re beginning to draw up our new year’s resolutions. November is drawing
Human faces are very powerful. User Experience designer Aarron Walter describes in his book Designing for Emotion why we appreciate human faces so much. He explains that we are constantly exploring the world around us by looking for something familiar.
When it comes to ecommerce, the minor details relate to major consequences. The whole existence of these sites relies on their customers, their visitors. Ensuring these visitors not only convert, but continually return to convert is key to their business.
A thought-through contact section or page is critical to the success of your website. Why? Simply because visitors – be it your current or potential clients – will more than likely want to contact you at some point. And when
Conversion rates are an essential statistic for website owners. You need to know how many customers are of value to you: such as buying a product or subscribing to your newsletter. The conversion rate is this number compared to the