Displaying items by tag: Usability

Nearly half of technology users need help with new devices. Many encounter problems with their internet connections, home computers or cell phones. As gadgets become more important to people, their patience wears thin when things break, reports the Pew Internet and American Life Project.

Published in A Meaningful Look
Clippy, the infamous Office Assistant introduced in Microsoft Office '97 has a new rival in the category of unpopular user interface elements that spread voraciously. This time it is the ribbon toolbar which was unleashed in Office 2007 and is now making a widespread appearance in Windows 7 including the first makeover to mainstays Wordpad and Paint for 15 years.

Published in Development
A “first of its kind” study says users are frustrated with some sites designed for mobile viewing on the iPhone, while only a low number of users are noticing or "clicking" on mobile ads. There’s still work to be done to get the Internet right on mobile devices!

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