After years and years of trying to convince people that your website needs a major overhaul, the company has finally given the green light on a website redesign project. Congratulations! But buyer beware: there are a plethora of elements to consider when embarking on this lengthy adventure. Here are some of the things you should look to avoid during this process, explained in GIFs.
In the past ten years, the importance of interactivity and UX has grown exponentially in the technological space. With this greater importance, there is a wide variety of individuals looking to collaborate and advance their crafts into better experiences and products for everyone. A few times per year, there are unique events that pool together some of these great minds. While there are many UX events out there, here are some of the notable ones that we think everybody should consider attending.
In general terms, metadata is basic information that describes other types of data. Even though it’s significance in the search engine optimization space has changed over the years, metadata still proves to be useful as a way of learning more about a particular webpage, image, or other piece of content. When it comes to files, some of the common metadata categories are author, file size, date created, and date modified. Here, we’ll briefly describe the four main website meta tags and their impact on search engine rankings.
Generation Y and Z are seen as multi-tasking, Internet-savvy individuals, but it's hard to grab their attention. Growing up with advertisement bombardment and given an unfathomable amount of information at the edge of their fingertips, it is sometimes difficult to get past their filters. The Higher Education recruitment process is not much different than the advertising space, as a large number of schools compete to get the attention and future enrollment of high schoolers.
When people talk about web design, we often hear general keywords like user experience, functionality, and the user interface design experience. Designers and developers strive to enhance these aspects of their websites, but most of the time we don’t hear of specific ways of how to accomplish this. Today we’re going to change that by discussing what UI animation is, where it is implemented, and the effects it has on websites.
Here at OHO Interactive we love everything about UX, but we know that we’re not the only ones. There’s an active community of UX and product designers that love talking about the most recent trends on the web, but sometimes they are too difficult to find on a giant platform like Twitter. Look no longer! Here are some of the UX tweeters that we find to be most useful, hilarious, and insightful.
For years, web designers had found a way to embed all different types of textures, shadowing, and gradients into their work to demonstrate their creative prowess. However, more recently this style of web design has begun to fade away in order to find room for a trend - and maybe even a revolution - that finds a better balance between aesthetics and usability. Welcome to the simply satisfying world of flat design.
Ever since social media took off in the early 2000s, people have been utilizing it for various business purposes including networking, promotion, and lead generation. However, on the other side of things, we have seen celebrities and major companies make some major gaffes on social networks. Here’s how we react to some of the common mistakes that often occur on social media.
While companies like Nike and Apple have an abundance of resources to handle their social media presence, managing all of the platforms can be a cumbersome task for small companies. Fortunately, there are plenty of applications and tools that have been created in order to make the handling of Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. much more efficient. Here are some of the tools that we use, and we think everybody should be utilizing as well.
The higher education landscape has expanded greatly over the past several decades and it continues to do so today. However, colleges of all different sorts are struggling to stick out amongst the thousands of colleges in the United States. In order to become more attractive to prospective students, schools must implement new strategies on campus, off campus, and online.