Kim built her first website in 1995, launched Cre8pc.com in ’96 and Cre8asiteforums in ’98. After working as a user interface engineer and being trained in software functional testing from 2000 to 2002, she became a usability fanatic and began consulting independently. In 2012, she sold Cre8asiteforums to Internet Marketing Ninjas and formed her LLC, Creative Vision Web Consulting, from which she consults for client companies large and small.
The User is Out There is Kim’s weekly column, where she’ll guide you through the labyrinth of usability, user experience, conversions, accessibility and mobile design. For more of her thoughts on these topics and more, check out her website at her site, The User Is Out There.
A business that purposely turns away customers and revenue makes little sense but this is exactly what many businesses do to disabled customers – and proposed changes with the ADA may encourage it. While the UK is more attentive to the needs of disabled people, the USA has a lackluster… Continue Reading Proposed ADA Title III Changes Create Uncertain Future for the Disabled and Accessibility
When Google sent out warning notices in 2015 to website owners whose sites were monitored in Webmaster Tools, it was game on, with SEO’s in hot pursuit. Mobile was the new watchword. Now that design for “mobile first” is strongly recommended by search engines, user interface design for mobile has created… Continue Reading Mobile Design is More Than a Search Engine Request