Usability must be experienced
- not just sermonized. DialogDesign’s talks and courses therefore contain lots
of practical and realistic exercises.
Here’s an example of a
exercise in user-centered design. Take a look at the above page,
which is from an old version of the
American Red Cross home
On this page, users can sign
up for news and updates. Can you provide three to five tips on how to make
this page more user-centric?
tests show that users expect
informative title or a brief explanation of the page’s purpose.
about how often the newsletter appears.
3. An example.
Include a link to one or more newsletters so users can form their own opinion
on how relevant the newsletter is to them.
4. It must be
very easy to unsubscribe. Explain how easy it is.
5. A link to a
solely for sending newsletters.
comply with these rules - for example,