But here is the punch in the whole story – User Experience. This is not a notion that applies only to your website or application. It concerns every trip the user takes in order to complete a task set upfront, reach a goal or simply enjoy the ride. Great user experience is achieved through supplying all the means in terms of information architecture, content, clarity and staying out-of-the-way(which means no messing up with my mind). And believe me, doing all that needs careful consideration based on research, common sense and ability to walk in someone else’s shoes.
Shared reference is that thing that makes a dialogue. It is that flow in the conversation that makes people understand each other and not loose interest. It also shows that the force is with you and you are that close to achieving the point of your initial conversational involvement.
I must say that SlideShare is a great platform that offers good user experience in many aspects and in my humble opinion there only few steps that keep them away from “greatness”. I tried to highlight almost everything I saw in the document below. Please keep in mind that the screen-shots were taken before the overhaul revamping of the Sharing options design on SlideShare! However, a recent check showed that the problems I have described are still pending fixing.
As death and taxes, inevitably every person on this earth that has reached the age of employment is bound to find a job (even Paris Hilton and the likes). So, what a person does is to take the train to Jobsearchvill…
I wanted to share 10 rules that Eric Reiss scribbled down in his Web Dogma’06. If you take the time to ponder on it, I am sure you will have that epiphany that will bring your site to the next level when it comes to UX.