There is a man behind every logo and every website. There is a team of people delivering your excellent service or product. When everybody else can see only your website’s landing page, you work hard to make them happy. So why don’t you show it off?
I have planned to finish my new website by the end of January. Well, it’s the end of the March, and the website is still in the temporary form.
Did I fail?
Wasn’t I concentrated enough?
Or was it something else?
Why 5 years old kid knows more about simple communication than an adult website owner? Because the kid to get a sweetie is using only 5 words. The website owner to get a user interested with his product is using 60 words. Who is easier to listen then?
Look at the contact form on your website. Count, how many types of information you require from the user? How many of them are mandatory? Name, surname, email, phone, address, company name, message, captcha. The list of crimes is long. Today, we are going to destructure bad contact forms into pieces.
Everything you may have heard about User Experience so far it’s only a top of the iceberg, a drop in an ocean. All that is just an entry to the huge area of expertise. User Experience is a discipline which evolves along with us. And we need to keep learning to be able to notice any changes.
If you have not heard anything about user experience design so far, then please allow me for a quick recap.