Design & Usability – 2010 Winner
Let’s skip the corny, canned jokes and the awkward moments at the podium and just open the envelope, shall we? Ladies and gentlemen, the winner of the 2010 SEMMY Award in the Design & Usability category is … drum-roll, please …
Everyday Usability – 14-Point Checklist for Success
Kimberly Krause-Berg, Website Magazine | 5/1/09
Congratulations to our winner! Here’s a choice bit from the winning post:
User behaviors change and evolve and it’s up to website owners to adapt. Constant attention must be given to how users and search engines interact with your site to ensure that you not only attract visitors, but give them reasons to come back. Because as every Web professional knows, the more users interact with your site, the better the odds they convert.
The top two runners-up in public voting were:
- 25-point Website Usability Checklist
Dr. Peter J. Meyers, User Effect | 2/10/09
- Taking the Guesswork Out of Design
Daniel Ritzenthaler, A List Apart | 5/5/09
The winner and runners-up are welcome to grab the appropriate badge — we have a badge for both winners and runners-up.
How the Voting Ended
Here’s a look at how each finalist fared in the public voting:
Thanks to all who voted, and congrats again to the winner, runners-up, finalists, and all nominees. We look forward to reading your acceptance speech soon!
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