Just thought you’d like to know of an article I wrote for Mashable on how to improve the usability and readability of web content. The article covers seven practical, easy-to-implement tips based on studies done by Jakob Nielsen, Gerry McGovern, academic researchers and others.
Here’s a short except from the post:
Writing content for web users has its challenges. Chief among them is the ease with which your content is read and understood by your visitors (i.e. its readability).
When your content is highly readable, your audience is able to quickly digest the information you share with them — a worthy goal to have for your website, whether you run a blog, an e-store or your company’s domain.
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Below is the link to the article on Mashable:
7 Best Practices for Improving Your Website’s Usability
- 10 Usability Tips Based on Research Studies
- Usability Testing With Card Sorting
- Improving Usability with Fitts’ Law
- Related categories: Usability and User Interface