Don’t you hate dodgy line graphs? Line graphs draw the reader’s eye along, joining the dots. That’s good for trends; going up, …. and going down. Brilliant for indicating change over time. Sadly it’s all too common to see dots joined inappropriately. And here’s an example…..
Some website and product development teams think usability testing a waste of time. But never after they’ve done it. Other research methods are about ‘how many’ (market size) or ‘future desirable features’ but usability tests if your offer meets users’ needs. Doing usability ‘face to face’ gives an unparalleled opportunity to understand ‘why’ customers are doing […]
Attribution models attempt to share out, or define who should get the credit for contributing to leads or sales. It’s infinitely sensible to figure out what’s marketing communications is working.