10 Guidelines For Navigation Usability


When it comes to usability, ease-of-navigation should be a top priority for web developers. The number one most annoying feature of a website is improper or confusing navigation, leaving users lost and wondering what to do next. If you’re lucky enough, some users just might scour through the website to accomplish their purpose of visiting the website. However, most users … [Read more...]

Mobile Commerce Usability: 5 Fundamental Guidelines For Your Mobile Site


Website users are evolving as mobile devices and tablets become more prevalent. As users change, e-commerce has to adapt. It is not enough to have a web store anymore. The following 5 guidelines will help you focus on reaping the benefits of mobile commerce usability. 1. KISS Navigation With smaller screens and shorter attentions spans, simple navigation is a … [Read more...]

Product Video Usability Guidelines and Best Practices


The old adage "a picture is worth more than thousand words" is even more true with video: one second of video contains around 25 images, so with a video of one minute you'll easily get over a thousand pictures. It's a proven fact that images draw more attention than mere text, also you only have 50 milliseconds to make a good first impression. If you manage to make a … [Read more...]

10 Guidelines for Improving Your Eye Tracking Studies


At Cyber-Duck we’ve been carrying out in-house eye tracking studies since 2008, gathering useful data and real insights into user behaviour to improve our creations for the web. Here we’ve collected the most important lessons our team learned to help beginners hit the ground running. We test existing websites, prototypes and development builds on our Tobii T60 eye … [Read more...]

Top 9 E-Commerce Usability Guidelines


e-Commerce websites are increasing at an incredibly fast rate. There are no boundaries and any geographical restrictions have long disappeared, allowing shopping enthusiasts to shop at their convenience. In spite of these advantages, most e-Commerce websites are performing poorly. e-Commerce websites often fail in their primary objective of making purchasing easy for … [Read more...]

9 Guidelines To Make Your Blog More Readable


According to the Nielsen Norman Group, the average person spends less than a minute on a webpage. Many users only take 10-20 seconds to decide whether to stay on the website or explore the depth of the internet even further. That means you have very little time to capture the attention of your reader. The internet is filled with millions of different blogs on every … [Read more...]

5 Guidelines For Improving Your Blog’s User Experience


It seems that everyone and their brother today is talking about conversion rate optimization. Site owners large and small are leveraging conversion rate optimization software programs to test every button, link, and widget on their landing pages. Most of these site owners have adopted the practice to have a blog for various reasons - including (but not limited to) … [Read more...]

6 Social UX Guidelines For Enhancing The Social Activity On Your Site


Social UX is the integration of social media and user experience. Many website owners underestimate the benefits that implementing a social UX strategy can bring to their website. In addition, there are many websites out there which implement a poor user experience strategy just because they copied their competition. This ultimately results in a decrease of the website's … [Read more...]

Google AdWords? Usability Guidelines For Paid Search Campaigns – Part 2


This article continues where we left off in last week's article. As we have seen so far, it is of no use paying for Google AdWords campaigns if users find it difficult to achieve their objectives once they land on your website. This article discusses usability guidelines that are specific for mobile websites, e-commerce websites and landing pages. In addition it also … [Read more...]