Research Based Web Design and Usability Guidlines

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United States, Health and Human Services Department, 2006 - Content analysis (Communication) - 294 pages
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Topics in the book include: 209 guidelines of the design process and evaluation, page layout and graphics, conducting usability testing, screen-based controls and widgets, navigation and links, writing and organizing web content, and searching. Each guidline includes relative importance and strength of evidence ratings as well as supporting references.

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