Anything that isn't usable is pretty useless, so avoid creating websites without considering usability.
Use better URLs to avoid visitors getting a “404 Page Not Found”.
A checklist for evaluating a website’s usability and accessibility.
When browser vendors bend the standards and implement something in a different way than what the specification states, they may…
Jakob Nielsen lists the kind of ads we hate the most.
Back in the nineties, using frames to split a browser window into several independent parts was very popular. Much due…
A study of users who work with screen readers.
How a screen reader pronounces some common title separators.
I came across an interesting discussion on title separators the other day: What’s your favourite blip? at The Man in…
Excellent advice on the use of checkboxes and radio buttons.
The key results of recent eyetracking research done on news sites.
Jakob Nielsen defines three different approaches to web design.
A standard designed to increase usability and accessibility of plain text email newsletters.
Both designers and users need to adapt to the flexibility of the web.
Redesigns don’t necessarily make a site better or more useful.
Make your site’s search engine more usable.
Some thoughts on what makes a good URI.
Learn how to format dates so that everybody can understand them.
Six guidelines for writing better link text.
A study of how margins and leading affect online reading performance.
Are serif or sans serif fonts best for body copy on the web?
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