Twenty Usability Tips for Your Blog — Condensed from Dozens of Bloggers’ Experiences is a great step-by-step guide on how to improve the usability of your blog, and improve your visitor’s experience.
I’m particularly fond of the About Page point.
But I also have long been a fan of “Archive by Topic Not Date” and “Make Your Blog Your Resume”.
- Usability Isn’t Expensive. It’s Practical. Usability is Useful.
- A Study on the Art of a Well-Designed Weblog
- Beauty is Only Skin Deep: Designing Blogs For Feeds, Search Engines and Audience
- Creative Usability with WordPress.com Blogs
- Website Accessibility is Now Getting Serious in the USA
- Accessibility: For Everyone, Including the Colorblind
- Image Replacement Techniques
- Accessibility Doesn’t Have to Be Boring
- Accessibility Wins SEO Plus Plus
- CSS Switching Styles for the Low Vision User
- WordPress in Your Language
- CSS and Web Standard Feeds in One Place
- Blogging About Disabilities
- Meet Them: Benefits of Compliance with Web Standards
- Website Development – International Standards and Languages
- How Search Engines See, Search, and Visit Your Website
- Step-By-Step Website Development – Check List
- Top 5 Web Myths
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