September 27th, 2008
So, it shouldn’t be news or a surprise to anyone in the world of web site usability that having clear links that describe what the user will find after clicking is a priority in the design process.
Fortunately, making things usable isn’t a priority for the folks at the Journal of Usability Studies, who just released their latest issue. It’s great that they now have online versions of the articles, instead of having to read the PDFs.
However, we think they could do better on the table of contents for the article:
They could say a little more about what the article says in each section, don’t you think? I wonder what would happen if they did a little testing?Tweet