The reason why so many people lose their way on the Web, according to usability expert Jared Spool, is because they lose the scent of the information they are looking for. Jared shares his thoughts and perspectives on the Web, usability, and the user's quest for information.
Guidelines written for webmasters, communicators and marketers to assist with website design for maximum usability for seniors and older internet users.
Offering tools needed to understand usability and accessibility issues. Includes materials that can help you create user-centered applications and gain insight into accessibility challenges.
A listing of the most popular methods for determining usability, including the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Essential information about human interface design and usability for applications and applets written in the Java programming language.
Directory contains over 500 links, mainly to scholarly articles.
Reports and columns on usability and human interface design by Jakob Nielsen, Don Norman, and Bruce 'Tog' Tognazzini.
Sites are getting better at using minimalist design, maintaining archives, and offering comprehensive services. However, these advances entail their own usability problems, as several prominent mistakes from 2003 show.
Highlights stupid linking policies by linking to web sites that attempt to impose substantial restrictions on other sites that link to them.
Forum to share information, resources and experiences on issues related to the usability and user-centered design. It is the home of the Usability Special Interest Group of the Society for Technical Communication.