In case you missed it, the Symantec.com team has launched an interesting refresh. Think of it as a new top layer over what is essentially three totally different Symantec microsites that march to the tune of their own drummers: Norton.com (one of our perennial favorites that always “g
Part 2 in a blissfully short series (that’s a little longer than I expected) In my last post, I shared why usability is really a tale of two cities and why dotcom teams need a totally different usability view than the stakeholders who own different parts of a Website. In this post, I’
We've mixed up the siteIQ eBusiness Index for 2010. In some cases the decision was based on eliminating Websites that haven't improved over the past year and don't provide any good or best practices worth tracking.
In these tough economic times, its easy to yank Website budgets. But look before you cut. A lot of damage can be created when a company expects its Web teams to constantly fall on their budget swords and operate a site on a quarter to quarter basis. A 3 year look at IBM and Dell will
If you’ve visited Sun.com in the last week or so there’s no doubt that you noticed a brand new home page that is a dramatic departure from the previous iteration. From a visual perspective, the most striking changes are the full use of bold color that gives the page more weight & subs
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