Usability Analysis of
June 25, 2001 12:04 AM   Subscribe

Usability Analysis of How well does usability guru Jacob Nielsen fare when his site is analysed in terms of his own usability guidelines?
posted by waterfrog (14 comments total)

posted by pracowity at 12:30 AM on June 25, 2001

posted by lagado at 12:40 AM on June 25, 2001

posted by lagado at 12:42 AM on June 25, 2001

His wardrobe is completely unusable.
posted by skyline at 12:53 AM on June 25, 2001

A Jacob post is kind of like a Rock Star asking how the people in the balcony/on the lawn are.
posted by alan at 12:56 AM on June 25, 2001

Will usability satirists ever learn about leaving directories open?

posted by textist at 1:59 AM on June 25, 2001

I have no usability issues with open directories. You can find nifty stuff in them sometimes.
posted by RylandDotNet at 2:27 AM on June 25, 2001

Wow, Ryland, that AP link is sensational!
posted by lagado at 3:55 AM on June 25, 2001

Jakob thumbs up? Jakob thumbs down? Nope.
posted by mattw at 5:14 AM on June 25, 2001

Haha... that's great.

You should see all of the things we've done with Jacob over at RedCricket.
posted by SpecialK at 7:20 AM on June 25, 2001

Note to self: when writing snarky articles pointing out the hypocrisy in Jakob's site's usability flaws, try not to include any dead links that point to my own computer. (This section. Click on asterisk.) D'oh! It's the curse of drag-and-drop HTML.
posted by web-goddess at 7:57 AM on June 25, 2001

Currently the site is rather simple and shallow

I've taken that quote WAAAY out of context, but it's funnier that way, so it's ok.
posted by goto11 at 8:12 AM on June 25, 2001

Hmm.. design advice from someone who's living room looks like this?

Sorry, couldn't resist.
posted by matthew at 8:33 AM on June 25, 2001

pracowity and lagado, those images would have been better rendered in .pdf format. :-)
posted by quonsar at 3:07 PM on June 25, 2001

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