April 26, 2018 |

Data-Driven Design Series, Part V: Post-Design Validation

By designing with data at every point of the process, you will be far ahead of the game in achieving a strong and successful redesign launch. In previous phases, you've set the stage by laying out your goals and desired user and business outcomes and gathered data to gain a solid understanding of your users. Once the data is in, where do you go from there? Read More

March 20, 2018 |

Data-Driven Design Series, Part III: Pre-Design Analysis

Design with intention: Finding and Keeping What Works The previous post in our series examined the importance of attitudinal data and creating a detailed test plan based on user-centered KPIs. Here... Read More

June 16, 2016 |

Is Quick View Effective? Short Answer: It Depends.

Quick View was once thought of as a ‘must have’ on retail sites, but in recent years the thinking has changed, and the UX community is now moving towards recommending companies remove it from their sites. Why? Well... Read More

Categories: Retail,Usability
February 4, 2013 |

Usability Best Practices for e-Gov Mobile Web Experiences, Part 1

Many federal government agencies do not yet have mobile versions of their websites. Although that might be ok for now, it won’t be for very long. In a series of... Read More

December 10, 2012 |

Mobile App Review: Amazon

In this final ForeSee usability blog post, we will discuss Amazon’s mobile app. Like eBay’s app, Amazon Mobile carries over many of the features and functionality available on its full... Read More

Categories: Uncategorized,Usability
April 17, 2012 |

The Role of Observation in the Web Analytics Ecosystem: Part One

This is the first post in a three-part series. Subscribe to The ForeSee Blog to receive immediate notification of parts two and three. If you want to improve something, you... Read More