Tag Archives: user experience
Posted on 20. Jan, 2012 by Amy McInnes.
2012 has truly embraced the age of mobile. Any company wishing to compete in the mobile market place faces certain challenges ahead. With the dramatic growth in smartphones placing the www at everyone’s fingertips, companies must understand this dynamic new market place and provide for it in their endeavours to succeed. In this new era, [...]
Posted on 11. Jan, 2012 by Glynn Davies.
Like most of my colleagues in the technical SEO team, one of the most common problems I face is making a compelling business case for fixing the technical difficulties I find on clients’ sites. The positive relationship between, for example, high quality content and a strong social buzz is easy to see and easy to [...]
Posted on 23. Dec, 2011 by Georgia Artus.
For many consumers online shopping is now as integral to the Christmas experience as mince pies and mistletoe. But with only a few days to go until the big day, the familiar concerns of shopping online for that all important gift start to arise: Will it arrive on time? Will it be in one piece? Will [...]
Posted on 20. Dec, 2011 by Sarah Curds.
Day 20 of the bigmouthmedia SEO Advent Calendar. You can read day 19 here. Align SEO and Usability to Improve Web Performance It will be no surprise to our regular blog followers that bigmouthmedia firmly believe SEO without Usability (and vica versa) is, quite frankly, illogical. Here are some reasons why: Both are attributes of [...]
Posted on 01. Oct, 2011 by Sarah Curds.
As day two at the LBi Hyper Island Master Class comes to a close we begin to reflect on the day’s events to make sense of what we’ve learned. Today has surpassed all expectations we may have had. Instead of a series of seminars and workshops, the bulk of the day was dedicated to applying [...]
Posted on 21. Sep, 2011 by Amy McInnes.
Recently I wrote a post addressing a common client query around industry standard bounce rates. A similar common debate addresses industry standard conversion rates. Once again we find that clients want to know what a ‘good/average’ conversion rate is for their industry sector, which is understandable. Sadly, is not quite as simple as that. To [...]
Posted on 06. Jul, 2011 by Sarah Curds.
We recently conducted iPad user testing sessions from our lab at Brick Lane in London to assess user interaction with a retail customer service application. For those of you interested in how to get started, this post briefly explains our technical set-up and some key planning considerations for the research sessions. Due to the nature [...]