Suck on Usability

“It’s easy to feel sorry for the people who visit websites; unless they’ve been sitting in on the meetings where blow-dried marketing executives wed brand

“It’s easy to feel sorry for the people who visit websites; unless they’ve been sitting in on the meetings where blow-dried marketing executives wed brand identity to increased sales of boats and boating accessories, users have no idea that they’re only valued for what they can spend at a website, and they’re blissfully ignorant of the industry contention that the average web surfer is … well, ignorant enough to be gulled by pricey ads and shiny graphics. Enter the usability advocate. These noble animals roam the web singly and in packs, putting forth the idea that the folks about to be separated from their discretionary income deserve to do so in the most comfortable manner possible.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE