Tag: ethnographics

reach and richness in analytics

Analytics for e-Commerce can be split between two contrasting and not necessarily companion aspects. analytics of success in terms of market development, profile or response through hit or link ratings analytics of sales or revenue Dependant upon the purpose of a company’s e-commerce deployment one or other but rarely both of these analytics will seek to prove the Read More

UX afinity diagram

While any kind of user testing is better than none, usability testing out of context is like testing a car on water, it gives some basic information and not a lot more. If performance and use are important at all, then testing should take place in an environment standard to the expected users. Read More

The following is a paper I wrote in 2005. From WWW/Internet 2005 Proceedings Converting browsers to buyers: exploring what drives consumer choice in internet e-commerce Why do internet users behave as they do, are their activities solely determined by website design? Or do they create their own pathways as a response to designated systems. For many, internet Read More