All posts for "web strategy" tag

Making Sense of the Cross Channel Experience

Published
19th July 2012
by 
Jon Fisher
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Making Sense of the Cross Channel Experience

More and more in recent years we are being asked to consider wider design problems than simply websites. The long predicted age of ubiquitous computing is fast approaching (or is already here). The layers of information are continuously building up and a method of representing them is now more important than ever.

In this post I share some thoughts for helping users form a consistent conceptualisation of a system. The aim being to design more meaningful cross channel experiences for users, irrespective of their chosen method of interaction.

Why are websites big?

Published
20th October 2010
by 
Jon Fisher
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Why are websites big?

Why do some websites have ten pages whilst others have 10,000? What makes a website big? I am not talking about how to do content strategy nor am I talking about analytic review and content pruning. I am asking a very simple question: why are some websites bigger than others?