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The Danger of Assuming Context in Responsive Web Design

The Danger of Assuming Context in Responsive Web Design | Responsive Design | Scoop.it
Mobile-first responsive web design means much more than just considering layouts, imagery, and media queries. In reality…

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gonzodesign's curator insight, August 28, 2013 4:04 PM

In reality, mobile-first design is all about content. Content is king as they say, and this is especially true when it comes to responsive web design.

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Shopping Cart Usability

Shopping Cart Usability | Responsive Design | Scoop.it

It’s important to remember that, between retail category, visitor demographics and savvy, and changing trends over time, there’s a lot of idiosyncrasy to any single case study. And of course, as Dell’s bold triggered overlay test illustrates, there are exceptions and surprises, and we have to keep on testing to uncover them.


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Improving Your Website Usability Tests

Improving Your Website Usability Tests | Responsive Design | Scoop.it

 

How to make your usability tests more useful
SUMMARY: Usability testing is an important part of the design process, but poorly run tests can be worse than useless, writes Damian Rees. Make sure you're recruiting the right testers, then do your utmost to put them at ease and ensure they behave naturally, Rees advises. It's good to also test how users behave on competing sites, so you can see how you stack up, Rees adds

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Paul Kemp's curator insight, March 19, 2014 6:26 AM

Some handy tips and techniques for usability testing. Will likely come in handy for the design of my online course