Content Management Systems

Posted by on Jul 26, 2011 in code, this-is-broken, thoughts | No Comments

Content Management Systems attract their fair share of criticism. Certainly, like any tool, they can be abused – but they can also work very well, allowing large teams to manage complex websites across different locations and timezones. Poor training and poor implementation is not the fault of the CMS vendor (necessarily). But sometimes, you see […]

Dumbing Down

Posted by on Jul 13, 2011 in language, thoughts, usability | No Comments

I’ve recently been reviewing some remote usability test videos for one of our clients. This post isn’t about remote testing, usability tests or specific providers but the testing has thrown up some interesting findings. (Just as an aside, we use a variety of tools for the remote site tests – mainly whatusersdo.com and www.usertesting.com. Nate […]