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Ben Logan
23 February 2009

Navigation is absolutely critical to any website and getting it wrong will have fairly negative effects on your end users and their experience on your site. Don’t make your end user think too hard As web site designers and architects you should be looking to simplify the navigation and make it intuitive to the end user. Your web site user should not have a difficult time finding their way around your site and they could become extremely frustrated and never want to return to your website again if they do. Navigation systems on the web There are lots of different…

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Ben Logan
9 February 2009

What are the key considerations for writing for the web and how can you improve the copy on your own site? We look at some guidelines to create copy that is easy to read and understand for your users.

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Ben Logan
7 February 2009

People 45 years and older will soon make up more than half the adult population, and people 85 years and older are the fastest growing age group more and more are coming online each year. We highlight some characteristics of the elderly population to keep in mind when considering website usability.

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Ben Logan
6 February 2009

There are currently millions of children already using the Internet, and millions more are coming online each year. Children are brought up with computers, using games and educational software from a very early age, and virtually all will have acquired basic computer skills by the time they leave primary school. We look at some usability issues to keep in mind for young users.

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