Posts in usability Category

Designing Forms

A form, in many ways, is a critical interface of a Web application, rather any application. They still end up as frustration points for the user as well as the developer. Validations are popular, but there are some aspects which I have not read in many places. [Continue]

Epiphany Browser

I like discovering alternative browsers and like experimenting with them. Currently my default browser is Epiphany – the Web browser for GNOME desktop. I am still a KDE fan, but that does not stop me from evaluating and appreciating products on other environments. [Continue]

Usability Questions And Answers

Luke Wroblewski has documented some of the questions and his answers (Part 1 Part 2) on usability to them during the Usability 2.0 event. It is a good collection of the basics, fundamentals and thoughts on recent developments in simple and clear language. Take time to read through, I have found some things which can help me understand usability and incorporating usability in the design. [Continue]



Abhijit Nadgouda
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