Usability.gov

24 Sep

So, Ellyssa Kroski and Michael Porter posted about the very cool Usability.gov. It’s something so cool that I had to chat it up at the SLA Academic Division blog:

While aimed at helping the designers of U.S. government web designers “learn how to make websites more usable, useful, and accessible,” [Usability.gov’s] contents are freely available on the web. Those contents include a guide to usability basics, descriptions of methodologies, discussion of best practices and guidelines, a collection of articles about usability issues, and [this] nifty step-by-step usability flowchart.

Check it out, and have a very good weekend!

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