Even with the explosion of ways to access information, communicating effectively online is a lot like what works best in person. Writing for the Web helps you provide clear, engaging information that people can quickly understand and use.
Accessibility initiatives benefit from a shared, organization-wide mindset about the importance of providing equal access to information through products and services. But instituting that mindset that prioritizes accessibility can be a difficult task.
It’s that time of the year: Recent college graduates are entering the #UX field, searching for jobs or experiencing their first days in a new wo...
Web content can be tricky, especially for complex government websites with diverse audiences and multiple content contributors. Even if you’ve been developing web content for years, a fresh perspective can help you think more holistically about digital products.
Usability studies are a great way to learn more about your current or
potential users' expectations and frustrations. Learn how to involve busy
decision-makers in the study process without requiring hours of their time.
Over time, all web channels contain information that doesn't improve with age. Much like a well-tended garden, your website requires pruning. When you weed out Redundant, Outdated, and Trivial pieces of content, you'll have clearer paths to your information.
In a conversation at the University of Washington-Tacoma, Suzanne discussed A-T's mission and inception 20 years ago as a one-person operation, how she's working to grow the business, and her goals for the company in the upcoming decade.
Anthro-Tech regularly takes on projects with large, complex organizations that not only serve millions of users, but also house important, private information for those users. That means we’re frequently tasked with incorporating strict security measures seamlessly into the user...
Web content can be tricky, especially for complex websites with diverse audiences and multiple content contributors. You think you’ve got a handle on it and then one day, you look at your site and wonder: “How did we get here?” Perhaps there are long, scrolling pages that feel ov...
Information architecture plays a key role in improving your content before, during, and even after a website project. Despite its importance, the concept can cause a lot of confusion for organizations during the design process.