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February 14, 2020
After two years of publishing fresh content, we thought it was time to add some navigation and speed things up.
Some of us prefer search to folders, navigating around. We have that now. Try it out!
Categories and search aren't that useful if you can’t access them. The secondary nav is always in reach, on mobile or desktop, so you can seamlessly move from one article to the next. Feel free to binge (in a healthy way!), we won’t tell.
We have real humans creating our content here at User Interviews. We rely on a mix of in-house and freelance writers, as well as researchers and UX-ers in the field. Now you can explore the entire User Interviews oeuvre of any given writer. Simply click on their byline from any article or click on a featured author from our blog homepage.
We still need to do a bit onetime effort to update our previous post with next gen images to further improve our speed, especially on mobile, but we’ve greatly improved the load time of our pages on the template level across mobile and desktop. A not-sexy but important win.
Last, but certainly not least, we delayed our launch to make sure to address everything we could here. We made strong progress on navigation, input assistance, readability, and adaptability. It isn’t done—apparently our brand shade of green presents a contrast challenge, something we’ll consider in future branding efforts—but we made a lot of progress. We’ll continue to work to make our blog, website, and product more and more accessible all the time. If you have any specific feedback in that regard, please share.
Comments are always controversial. There are well documented arguments in the pro and con columns. It turns out, we get a decent amount of inbound feedback about our content, and engagement off platform on Facebook, Slack, etc. This is an experiment. Will it be radio silence? Interesting dialogue and debate? Troll soup? We’ll see and adjust depending!
Thanks for lending us your eyes, ears, and voice over the past two years. We couldn’t be more excited to watch our content and community continue to evolve. As always we want your feedback. Hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org
VP, Growth & Marketing
Left brained, right brained. Customer and user advocate. Writer and editor. Lifelong learner. Strong opinions, weakly held.