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The Guardian's ongoing site redesign continues this week with the launch of an all new sports section, complete with embedded video and enhanced photography.
The Daily Mail launched a new beta version of its website last week and is running it alongside the current layout so users can provide feedback.
We've taken a look at how it shapes up....
Whether you are a new entrant to e-tail or an old hand with large sales volumes, the right content optimisation strategy is vital in order to effectively leverage multivariate testing tools within your organisation.
The number of people using the web is increasing every day, but the adoption rate of RSS as a technology is still way down at 5%.
Email users are more than ready to hit the 'report spam' button for emails they no longer wish to receive, spam or not, so making the unsubscribe process quick and easy is essential.
Still, some email marketers have yet to take this on board if the following example from Real Networks is anything to go by.
Twingly is a new, European blog search engine which has just launched in beta. It aims to beat its rivals by providing "spam-free" results.
Google has evolved its search results to include images, news, recent blog posts, videos and related links.
Let's build a quick to-do list to spruce up your site for Universal Search.
I read an interesting article on usability and user experience posted recently on this site by Tom Stewart, the Chair of the sub-committee of the International Standards Organisation (ISO), which is responsible for the revision of ISO 13407, the international standard for Human Centred Design.
We are in the process of redesigning our site for a new platform being developed for release later this year, and the aforementioned article got me thinking about the planning for the design of a website.
Recent reported accessibility problems with American Express' web statements exemplify a common challenge for financial service websites and those reliant on PDFs.
Marks & Spencer revamped its website last year, and enjoyed a successful Christmas online, increasing its web sales by 78% in the 13 weeks to the end of December.
The M&S website scored badly in a usability study last year though, so there may still be room for improvement to the user experience.
We've identified 10 areas of the site that M&S may want to take a look at...
German firm Siemens has the best corporate website, while eight of the top ten websites are those of European firms, according to a study of 75 top company sites.
The FT Bowen Craggs Index looked at the effectiveness of corporate websites, and finds that more of these firms are now taking their web presence more seriously.
One guaranteed way to disappoint your customers online is to have them search and decide on the product they want to buy from your website, only to find that it is out of stock.
Visitors who find that an item is unavailable to buy are likely to form a bad impression of a retailer, and seek to buy the item from a competitor, so what is the best way to handle this problem?