Top Ten Usability Errors 2003

The more you read, the more you realize how narcissistic many top professionals are. Everyone believes that what they are doing is not getting its fair share of coverage.

The experts are usually viewed as the experts for a reason though. While they may say some incorrect or far reaching ideas, most of their ideas are "Spot On."

With that being said here are Jakob Nielson's "Top Ten Usability Errors of 2003."

Published: December 22, 2003 by Aaron Wall in internet


December 23, 2003 - 12:59am

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December 23, 2003 - 6:54am

I added your blog to my home page and to my seo blogs list in my directory on my other site. Congrats on the New York Post...good stuff!

January 24, 2004 - 9:12pm

I did a quick search on "Usability Errors" and you were the first site to show. I teach Web design and have noticed that Nielson's Top Ten Errors lists have done an excellent job of staying with the times. Every year is list is new and refreshing--though there has been much backlash against him, as you first point out.

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