Tag: content review

User testing beta.govt.nz — an optimal experience

Third and final usability testing of beta.govt.nz has been completed with the team celebrating successful results, in particular around user centred content. We’ve already fixed a number of issues raised and working on a few more – aiming for continual improvement of our user experience. Continue reading User testing beta.govt.nz — an optimal experience

Designing content before designing the website

When we were moving from alpha to beta on the Govt.nz project we had a delay in getting development resources on board. This delay proved to be a blessing in disguise because we worked on our content first which helped us design a better site. Continue reading Designing content before designing the website

Step-by-step guide to content audits

In this blog post, Uli Trute, Senior Communications Adviser at the Commerce Commission, outlines the benefits of content audits and how to get started performing your own. A content audit is a snapshot of everything on a website or a section of a website. Many content editors dread content audits because they are a bit boring, but for any kind … Continue reading Step-by-step guide to content audits