Usability lessons from Don’t Make Me Think, text rotation with CSS, fresh portfolio inspirations, a/b testing and free analytics tools.
If you haven’t read Steve Krug’s book, Don’t Make Me Think, then you really should. Even if you have read it here are ten usability lessons learnt straight from the book.
Jonathan Snook shows a way of rotating text in CSS. There’s even a method that works in Internet Explorer! I’ve noticed that this doesn’t work in Opera however.
Looking to redesign your portfolio? Think of doing something different with this unique collection of inspirational designs.
A/B testing is a great way of trying our two or more aspects of a design to see which has a greater effect. Ryan Carson talks through the process of setting this up in WordPress. Well worth checking out.
The best free (all except one) analytics options for your websites. Analytics tools are vital to testing a site so make sure you use at something at least.