Excellent idea, I have subscribed to the newsletter and am really looking forward to ‘The Road Ahead’!
Nice infographic explaining 10 ways to get your website to rank higher in Google.
My Masters thesis was based on the usability of micropayment methods.
Micropayments are here to stay, how they are implemented is what changes continually for the moment. I would pay to read certain articles, have access to online content or be able to watch ad free videos. I just wonder how long it will be before paying micro amounts for better quality content becomes acceptable!
Very interesting article from the BBC, read it here.
Most if not all IT recruitment agencies here in Switzerland could benefit from reading this article. I am sure this applies to agencies all over Europe too!
Read the full article here. Via: smashingmagazine
A reaction to Jakob Nielsen’s article on Windows 8 usability. I have a feeling that there will be many more to come… Watch this space!
Read full story here. Via: ZDNet
Excellent new article from UX Guru Jakob Nielsen on the Usability of Windows 8.
After recently doing two fresh installations of Windows 8 myself, I must wholeheartedly agree with Mr. Nielsen.
Read the full article here. Via: useit.com
Some very useful tips for anyone involved in SEO. What changes, if any, will you be making to your SEO campaigns in 2013?
Read the full post here. Via: sitepronews.com
I stumbled across this post through a Twitter link and I just had to share it on here. I cannot add anything to the party except to say that it is worth reading and the slides will be invaluable to many UX practitioners who may be contemplating lecturing/teaching it as a subject.
Read the full post here. Via: eleganthack.com
Excellent Infographic and short article on Content Building for SEO. It is encouraging to see that social media messages can also be counted as content in the sense that more and more social media messages contain brand information, news and updates.
Patiently waiting for this to arrive, I am sure it will be a valuable addition to any UX library/book collection.
Read Jared Spool’s excellent review here. Via uie.com