Skittles: Great attempt, but you fall short of appeal.

One of the big topics of discussion today is the new Skittles website. What’s so fascinating about it? Well, thanks to the work of an outstanding agency, the Skittles site is loosely integrated with social media applications like Twitter, YouTube and Flickr. Yeah, you heard me right…I said loosely. Why? Well that’s because when you… Continue reading Skittles: Great attempt, but you fall short of appeal.

Common sense when developing a website

I’m a little very much perturbed about the state of how people are so lazy when designing websites. Yes, I probably shouldn’t talk because I haven’t walked a mile in their shoes, but I have used their products and I must say that it’s insulting to the average user. First of all, why would you… Continue reading Common sense when developing a website

Paypal: Your Usability Stinks.

One thing to note about usability that is key is not how fancy the interactive elements are or how glamorous it looks, but you also need to know how things are spelled out. Read what your links say. Look at how your site is laid out. If you find out that you have complaints, then… Continue reading Paypal: Your Usability Stinks.