Instinctive - Services - Site Inspections

By: Instinctive  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Usability

Not sure if usability is a problem? Let us give your site the once-over.

With a site inspection we can provide an expert evaluation on an existing website or application, based on core usability principles.

It's a quick and cost effective way to understand the current usability issues with your site.

Case study

When reviewing a client site, we noted that the search box was located on the bottom right of the screen. Our testing showed that users would not see it and would leave the site in frustration.

Moving the search box to the top left or right of the screen would allow users to locate it quickly and easily.

Keywords: Usability

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