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three problems from a usability test on commonlounge:
Feedback on the homepage tour:
pro: neat, direct, no clutter, straightforward
This is my submission for Craigilist redesign challenge.
Spent a lot of hours planning on how to do it, and still decided to keep the original stypes of Craigilist, which really stood out by its clear and straightforward understanding of users needs.
For example, if we only present community, service, housing, jobs, these terms, user will get confused, because different websites define these terms differently, hence, it's necessary to break down these terms for users at the very first glance.
And I learnt so much by doing these assignments, a big take away is, user interface is more than skin deep, looking good is not enough, the first step is always to understand what kind of information it provides, is it for learning, advertising, shopping or service, then design the page that speaks to customers needs. This is my day 2 of UI learning, I feel positive, and can't wait to start my UX learning.
It's great to get introduced to Z and F-Pattern, however, it's MISLEADING when you suggest we should aovid Z-Pattern. According to this source, Web Designing Layouts (F & Z) Pattern, both Z and F-Patterns are human scanning patterns, hence Z and F Patterns are neither good nor bad patterns, they simply have different applications in different scenarios.