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Increasing Website Usability (With or Without a Redesign)
    Monday June 13, 2011 10:00am - 10:50am @ Room 106
    What comes to mind when someone mentions Website usability? Most think of design, layout, and
    maybe even information architecture. Many do not even think about the way content is written.
    The truth is that content is why people visit our websites. Most site visitors won’t sift through dense
    paragraphs full of bloated text in order to find the information needed.

    Creating great Web content can boost an ailing site just as poor content can tarnish a new site redesign.
    Whether an institution has the ability to undertake a complete website redesign or not, editing
    the content found within the site can increase the site’s usability as well as create a positive user

    Content revision may not solve all usability issues of a site, but it may be a good place to start for those
    institutions that are unable to address all three areas of usability: content, information architecture, and
    design. All three of these must be in harmony for the greatest usability.

    Type Design

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