All posts for "social media" tag

Compelling Social Design

Published
1st October 2008
by 
Nomensa
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Compelling Social Design

With the success of social websites being so widely reported in the media, more and more companies are feeling pressured to jump on the Web 2.0 bandwagon.

But will mashups, tagging and blogs really lead to a good experience for your users? Will you see a return on your investment? And if you are implementing Web 2.0 features in your website, how can you encourage users to participate?

The danger in over-reaching

Published
29th January 2008
by 
Nomensa
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The danger in over-reaching

‘Web 3.0.’ ‘Content aggregation.’ ‘Mashups.’ Another day of technology news, another chance to jump on the latest website bandwagon. But for many companies, a more successful strategy lies much closer to home. Improve the usability of your website’s core offerings and you can dramatically increase website traffic, and ultimately revenue.

Whether you are at the stage of thinking about creating a new website, or have an existing website that has been in operation for many years, usability is crucial to providing your users with an engaging and enjoyable user experience.