Blind spots when looking a web page

Good post about findings in usability tests. Specially blind spots where users don’t find something that is related to other content. Here’s 4 tips from CX Partners and the actual post:

4 Tips for positioning filter controls

You won’t go far wrong if you follow these simple principles for positioning filtering controls

1. Place controls in close proximity to the thing they’re controlling
2. Group related elements with a shared visual treatment
3. Use conventions so users don’t have to learn how to use your website
4. Test your designs with real users

Content blind spots – thoughts from a usability test

 


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Dad, blogger, IT-worker, sportsman, occasional photographer. Blogging about wide variety of subjects in English (www.henrihamalainen.com) and about sports and exercising in Finnish (kurheilua.blogspot.com) .
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