Applying for a job online is a chore. Searches that bring up useless results. Long registration forms. Antiquated systems. Wouldn’t it be refreshing if careers sites looked for a job for you instead? IBM thought so — then they did something about it.
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.
If you are building your organization's Cloud marketing site, you may wonder what type of content you need? What designs work? Who does it best? Fortunately for you, we were curious too.
There’s nothing worse than having all of the answers when you can’t figure out the questions. That’s why we created this handy reference that mirrors what we look for during our usability evaluations.
Online Support is a category on the move. Sometimes bounding up, other times crashing down. But one thing remains steady. Dell.com, IBM.com, and HP.com's rivalry for the coveted first place position.
Cisco.com hits the trifecta by a wide margin, but there are other sites worth checking out -- and they aren't the usual suspects.
Let’s face it. Everybody loves Apple.com but no other tech company has been able to pull off the same thing with equal panache. The question is, of course, why?
There’s no doubt that IBM and SAP are firmly on the new design bandwagon. Both are trying to do the same thing – but IBM does it much better. Here’s why.
EMC’s “Store” is one of those wonderful moments on the Web when a team throws conventional wisdom to the winds and re-purposes an old ecommerce shoe in a brand new way.
SAP.com's spent the past 2 years rolling out a massive new Website and got a top ten finish in 2013 for its efforts. What will more burnishing and polishing deliver this year? How about a usability first place?