When was the last time you measured how usable your website is?


Frankly most of us are more considered whether we have the right information rather than making the experience of browsing the website more enjoyable.

Below I’ve listed some issues to think about and also a video that describes in detail which each of these mean.

Desktop considerations

  • Browser compatibility
  • Load speed
  • Dynamic menus
  • No broken links
  • Visually impaired
  • User testing
  • Experiential testing

Mobile device considerations

  • Device compatibility
  • Optimized buttons
  • Optimized images
  • Text friendly
  • Image friendly
  • Local map link
  • Mobile site redirect

Watch this video to improve each section by using a tool, software, or testing mechanism to make it more usable for your viewers.







Organizations bring in Doug Devitre from St. Louis, Missouri USA when they want to dramatically increase operational performance, create breakthrough value propositions, and serve customers beyond geographical constraints on a minimal budget. For more than a decade he has been setting trends with how organizations engage customers with social media, video marketing, and custom-built software applications. Doug’s book Screen to Screen Selling published by McGraw Hill pioneered the way sales professionals sold homes without being physically present before the COVID-19 pandemic. He is one of a select few who have earned the Certified Speaking Professional Designation from the National Speakers Association and has experience as a REALTOR.

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