This talk outlines a set of best practices for Web content page design that focuses on appropriate presentations of content, context, and calls to action. Specifically: how can content be optimized to meet user expectations as they arrive from a diverse number of access points; what is the minimum amount of context required to frame content appropriately; how can the most relevant calls to action be presented to maximize user engagement?
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IE9 developer preview is out - are you testing with it yet? I recently found UserFly.com as a great tool to track and record your visitors’ sessions, then found an older set of example code called MoveLogger if you’re inclined to try to build the same thing from scratch. ClickHeat is a tool I’ve used to track where people are clicking on sites, giving you a pretty good idea of how visitors are engaging with your site. Some interesting conferences coming up over next few months - JSConf in DC, TXJS in Austin and NCDevCon in Raleigh. Know of any more?