Anything that isn't usable is pretty useless, so avoid creating websites without considering usability.
A presentation held at Web Visions 2004.
A discussion on when to use the title attribute.
Let users hide optional form fields.
A discussion on the use of “home” links on websites.
A discussion on how to represent the distinction between visited and unvisited links.
Suggestions to help you minimize your muddling as a web developer.
Zeldman shares his feelings on drop-down menus.
Cameron Adams on why styling form elements is often a bad idea.
A collection of articles, books, blogs, and other resources related to the field of information architecture.
Robert Rubinoff outlines a quick-and-dirty methodology for quantifying the user experience.
A detailed article by Donna Maurer and Todd Warfel on the basics of card sorting and how to use it.
Alan Cooper and Robert Reimann list a number of web design myths.
In Usability and Fly-Out Menus D. Keith Robinson writes about the (lack of) usability of most implementations of fly-out (a.k.a….
From A List Apart #174: How to make links to pop-up windows accessible.
Chris Heilmann describes what you should and should not do to make him (and many others) use your web site.
Users don’t care where they are in the website.
AskTog, January 2004. Ten examples of bad usability in online shopping.
Information on usability and UI design.
I’m sort of back from a much needed break, but it will be another couple of weeks before I resume…