Twitter Chatter: Learn what the user can’t do

Six projects to do before you do a webside redesign: Learn what the user can’t do
Ohhhh! You mean we shouldn’t just RANDOMLY re-design our website? (Hint: look at what your users have been TRYING to do)

Six projects to do before you do a webside redesign: Learn what the user can’t do
Ohhhh! You mean we shouldn’t just RANDOMLY re-design our website? (Hint: look at what your users have been TRYING to do)Six projects to do before you do a webside redesign: Learn what the user can’t do Ohhhh! You mean we shouldn’t just RANDOMLY re-design our website? (Hint: look at what your users have been TRYING to do)

WordPress 3.0 Demystified – Part 5

Part V: Give ’em what they asked for

Last, but certainly not least, is content. Today you’ll add pages, forms, and the actual MEAT (or beans, for vegetarians) to your site.

Be judicious!! Think of the things that make you leave a website and work to avoid them. For instance, I jump ship pretty quickly if there’s a ton of content on a single page that makes me scroll a lot. I’ve done my time in school—don’t make me read more novels! Get to the point and get on with it. Break up your information onto a few pages if you need. Continue reading “WordPress 3.0 Demystified – Part 5”