User Experience Design
From the Lynda.com playlist: User Experience Fundamentals
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More web users visit a site by using a direct URL for that site.
Consistent design means...
the navigation menu should always contain the same items.
have the same response whenever people perform an action.
the wording of options should stay the same throughout the site.
all of the above
Ten percent of all tasks on a website fail due to...
If your navigation contains 7+ categories, it would probably be best to use a _________ navigation design.
All content should be ≤3 clicks away.
let you know if the content is stale.
help you know where you are in the website's hierarchy.
let you know how many links you have clicked on.
are a delicious treat for your parakeet.
What is Fitts' Law?
30% of your target audience is color blind.
Primary information should be two clicks away.
Users will not scroll if the site is green.
It's faster to hit larger targets closer to you than smaller targets farther from you.
Every page on your site should...
explain what your site is actually about.
link to a site map.
have cat photos.
When studying a heatmap analysis of a site, the "F" pattern that emerges refers to ...
"Finale" – the point in which the user is no longer interested in the site.
users scanning across the top, then down the left hand side, then across from time to time.
people tend to focus on the letter F in headlines.
"F" makes them think of fries, and then distracts them, rendering them useless to us.
The inverted pyramid style of writing involves...
compacting all the most important information into the beginning paragraphs of the article.
not letting let the graphics on the top of the page get too heavy.
making sure that the important information is disbursed throughout the content.
a complicated yoga pose. Seriously, don't try it.
Users should be able to say generally what your site is about after just ____ seconds.
are where users begin any purchase transactions.
are kinda like a spa after a shipwreck.
have a specific focus and call to action.
provide a soft and gentle introduction to the website.
When people shop for real life items, they like to get a sense of things like shape, size, and quality. How can you help them experience these qualities?
high quality photos
scale, in terms of how large the product is compared to an average person
all of the above
When designing a web form you should make the input fields...
the same width as the logo.
all the same width.
as long as it takes.
appropriate to the content the user is expected to enter.
When a user clicks a submit button, make sure you...
ask them if they are sure they really meant to click the submit button.
reassure them that their data made it through by providing a confirmation screen.
validate their parking.
give them a promotional coupon for their next visit.
The three principles in this video course promote (check all that apply)...
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