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How to Improve Your Website's Usability and Make a Good Impression

When starting a new book, the reader might give it a few pages or maybe even a couple of chapters to let it catch her interest. When it comes to your website, you've got a matter of seconds to capture her attention. Usability is understanding what your audience wants from your we.... Read more


 

 

 

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New Case Study: Charter Oak State College's DIY Responsive Website Redesign

May 20, 2016 Find out how Charter Oak State College's one-man web marketing team achieved a responsive website redesign all on his own using a third-party framework, preexisting template, and a little help from OU Campus.

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Using Information Architecture to Streamline Website Navigation

May 18, 2016 Have you ever been on a website that was so badly organized you couldn't find information you knew was on the site? This is the effect of poor information architecture (IA). Good IA enables users to navigate intuitively so that they find what they're looking for in the shortest t...

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The Halo Effect and Your Website

May 11, 2016 In social psychology, the Halo Effect is classified as a cognitive bias where an individual transfers his feelings about one aspect of something and extrapolates it into an overall opinion about it. So what does the Halo Effect have to do with your website? Actually, everything. ...

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Accessibility Matters: Is Your Website Up to Code?

May 4, 2016 When building a website, the focus tends to be on how content is designed and managed, but we may be forgetting an important element that can cut down visibility when left unaddressed: content accessibility to people with disabilities. As part of #OUTC16, Justin Gatewood, Webmast...

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Utilizing an Untapped Resource: Student Interns

Apr 27, 2016 When you think about the website needs of most colleges and universities today, you can't help but put hiring more staff at the top of that list. In many circumstances, however, there are a tremendous amount of hoops to jump through to make that a reality. But what if there was a...