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Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
Is Your Website User-Friendly?
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Presentation for the QitCom 2012 conference.

Presentation for the QitCom 2012 conference.

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  • 1. Is Your Website User-Friendly?QITCOM 2012
  • 2. Place a Focus on the Site’s PurposeExplain site’s value.Keep it short.Provide easy access.What can this site do for ME?
  • 3. Highlight LocationUsers should understand where theyare.Page title is clear.Section is apparent.Breadcrumbs provide a trail.
  • 4. Use Consistent DesignUse same colors to indicate action.Develop a visual pattern.Be predictable.Create a style guide to stay consistent.
  • 5. Use Prominent NavigationNavigation should always be at the topof every page.Include major sections that users careabout.Use terms that are easy to understand.
  • 6. Be Customer-focusedUse familiar words.Simple, short sentences.Get to the point quickly.Say it with one sentence instead of aparagraph.
  • 7. Ensure AccessibilityFollow W3C accessibility standards.Provide enough contrast.Use the right mark-up.Avoid animation to convey keymessages.
  • 8. Leverage Multilingual Content Consider your audience’s native languages. Make it easy to toggle between languages. Adjust font sizes and types when appropriate.
  • 9. Remember Mobile UsersMobile penetration in Qatar increasedto 182 % in 2011.Empower mobile users.Key functionality should be possible.
  • 10. Testing For Usability:Conduct surveys.Talk to users in formal interviews.Perform usability tests.
  • 11. Talk to users early and often!Go forth and create usable websites.
  • 12. Thank you!

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