If you own a smartphone, you've probably performed voice-activated searches. But what if you could use voice-activated search on your desktop computer? Cisco.com is making that a reality.
Having a global navigation that only lists your products sounds like the perfect plan. But there is more to this strategy than meets the eye.
Cisco makes a clean sweep in the rankings. But the rest of the roster is a mixed bag. One thing's for sure, search usability ain't what it used to be.
Navigation features are growing across the board. But while last year’s leaders continue to win the Overall rankings, Usability is a different game altogether.
Juniper.net recently unveiled a new site design that is a step forward (or at least sideways) in design but the site’s usability gets knocked back a few steps too.
Cisco.com hits the trifecta by a wide margin, but there are other sites worth checking out -- and they aren't the usual suspects.
Using hamburger menus on desktop designs is one of the most hotly contested UX issues these days. But there are enterprise-class sites using hamburger menus with success -- including two of the biggest names in IT.
The Cisco Solution Partner Program Website cracks the marketing and registration code on how to turn prospects into partners in record time.
There’s nothing like a bevy of new products to bring out Apple.com’s glitz and glamour gene — and the recent iPhone and iWatch launches are no exception. Here’s 4 moments of brilliance from Apple.com’s play book.
Despite Adobe.com's stunning visual impact and brilliant marketing voice, it turns out Adobe.com is only a usability three trick pony.