Reduce user disappointment, effort, and frustration with UX satisfaction.
UX Hurdles Reduce Web Toxicity
Build a user safe website with improved quality, efficiency, and economic longevity by monitoring three states for successful user experience.
If a website loads slower than 2 seconds, the speed biases users from that moment towards goodness-or-badness judgments. This is a proven fact called the halo effect. People hate slow websites. Slow site performace is considered rude.
Remove usability barriers like browser incompatibility, horizontal scrolling, or slow page load (bloat). Optimize images and code.
In 50 milliseconds, people evaluate if your site is attractive. This is before they click or read anything.
This is attractive use of color, white space and readability. It is the visceral feeling of being invited and seduced. The customer journey is obvious and requires no effort. Visual cues or signage produce a comfortable feeling the user is in the right place.
Deliver the desired features and content. Demonstrate attention to details by reducing visual clutter. Promote consistent theme with color, balance, branding, type, and symbols that are harmonious and well designed. Examples include clear links with information scent, no requests for mysterious information, and recognizable calls to action. The positioning strategy is plain. Your users motives for seeking the site are quickly addressed.
Search efficiency is skimming or fixating on relevant headlines and subheads. Content is scanned first for value before investing serious reading time. Hotspot and eye tracking tests frequently address this area.
Make reading comprehension effortless and convenient. Examples include good headlines and subheads, combining multi-step processes like forms, reduce system slowness, and eliminate or reduce annoyingly strict security requirements. Fast pacing created by removal of visual distractions or annoyances like animation.
Good value analysis reduces waste and streamlines the experience. No difficult language or jargon. No long-forms, broken links, or requests for odd information.
Testing with Cross-device helps you improve user satisfaction, brand affinity, and overall delight. This is described as seamlessness, flow, feeling, and transparency.
Like a canary-in-a-coal-mine, Cross-device is your website test for UX toxicity.