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Content tagged as 'usability'

Improving the Login Form Experience

posted on Sep 1, 2011.

Login forms are a common element that appear on a large number of websites. In this article, we will be looking at how we can use a bit of CSS and jQuery to create an elegant, usable drop down form. We will also be looking at how to maintain usability by creating an alternative for users who do not have JavaScript enabled.

Don’t Confuse Ability with Usability

posted on Jul 26, 2011.

Despite the visual and aural similarities between the words, ability and usability are not the same thing. In this post, we will examine the difference and consider why simply being able to do something in a website or application does not automatically result in a usable product or interface.

Usability and CSS3 Columns

posted on Mar 16, 2011.

In this article, we’re going to discuss the issue of columns, which have been introduced in CSS3. While considering the influence of print on web design, we’ll look at the issue of how usability can potentially be impacted by some potential uses of CSS columns.

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