A readily apparent reason to make your website accessible is so your site can attract as many users as possible—since more visitors typically equate to more business.
Having a website that loads quickly is key to capturing a user’s gaze, but where to begin? We recommend testing your site’s page speed.
Lazy loading is a technique where the browser doesn’t load website images until necessary. But how does that help both websites and users?
When visiting a website the browser sends a request to the site’s server, then the server responds to the request with an HTTP status code.
It’s difficult to fathom not having access to the internet, but for some, the digital divide is a serious issue that’s increasing inequality.
Virtual events are here to stay and have made significant strides in how we interact with our coworkers, communities, and loved ones.
Thanks to advancements in tech and software development, we now have tools that allow people of any background to create their own websites.
In Part 2 of the Don’t Make Me Think book review, we discuss how to clear website clutter, do user testing, and user accessibility.
In Part 1 of the Don’t Make Me Think review, we discuss ‘The Three Laws of Usability’, how people use the web, and website navigation.
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