David Cohen
30 years as a coder, working for an engineering firm, a bank, a distribution company and a satellite TV firm.
  • Web Design
    The Art of Structuring Information EffectivelyPreview info
    The typical user of an information system (a website, for example) will exercise perhaps three minutes of good will, during which he (or she) will give rein to curiosity, peek and poke, and try to understand how to find things. If no progress has made by this time, the user's relationship to the system will become permanently adversarial; further search attempts will not be considered worthwhile. There's a small window of time during which a user can be won over by the system - let's examine a set of principles that will facilitate that.Read More…