I recently read an article written by usability expert Shari Thurow, who I’ve heard speak at conferences before and really admire, all about content and context, usability, findability and perceived download time. What I like about Shari’s article is that it explores the human interaction as it relates to SEO.
“Seeing comes before words. The child looks and recognizes before it can speak” – John Berger, Ways of Seeing The essence of this book is that we “see” before we read, speak, and walk. Concepts and design should be well crafted because it is the ﬁrst thing someone will notice and “see” about