Whether we like it or not there is significant evidence that you can create a successful website with bad design, terrible code and without ever running a usability test session.
You only need to look at the design of Craigslist or the code of Amazon to see that this is true.
However, I do not believe it is possible to build a successful website without business objectives, calls to action and a clear idea of user tasks.
Do not misunderstand me. I do believe design, usability and code matters. I just believe that they only matter if the fundamentals are already in place. These things improve a solid foundation but are no use in their own right.
You may not have tried it but reading webpages on your phone can work surprisingly well.
Whether you’re on the couch at home, taking the morning commute or waiting at the airport, you can catch up on your reading list whenever you have a minute or more.
So you want to be more creative, in art, in business, whatever. Here are some tips that have worked for me over the years:
Een presentatie met klimaat-gerelateerde cijfers over vlees. Nu nog cijfers vinden over scampi en zalm 😮