If you’re currently choosing a white-label job board provider for your business, you’ll know that there’s a wide range of offerings out there – the differences between them can be bewildering. No two providers are the same, and your choice can have a huge impact on the success of your business. So, here are a few questions that should help you through the decision-making process: Revenue share or flat fee? Some providers offer a revenue… read more
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You may remember that a while back, I put together a screencast on lazy registration, demonstrating how we’d achieved it in the Madgex Job Board Platform. Building Lazy Registration into any kind of webapp is a lot of work – but it’s a very good idea. After all, if you take a complex, multi-stepped process and turn it into a rapid, single step process, there’s no doubt that you conversion rates will go up. Even… read more
Last week Madgex made an appearance at UXLX (User Experience Lisbon), where Harry Brignull gave a talk on Eye Tracking. Eye tracking is one of the most misunderstood user experience research tools, and is often used to draw erroneous conclusions. Harry set the audience straight with a practical and jargon-free presentation detailing some of the biggest misconceptions about eye tracking. You can view the slides below: Using a feedreader and can’t see the slides?
When we use Google to explore the web, we’re happy to accept the fact that we’re venturing through a wild, open and sprawling information space. There’s always the possibility there’s a haystack out there we haven’t discovered yet, and in it, there might be some great needles that we want to find out about. Sometimes that’s part of the fun. Our expectations are very different when we search an individual website. For example, when we… read more
One of the things we concentrate on at Madgex is the use of iterative research and design to improve conversion rates on our platforms. We run a lot of usability interviews, make design changes, and track the conversion rates via analytics. The lazy registration system we introduced in version 3 of our platform last year is a great example of this. One of the biggest leakage points of any webapp is registration: users are forced… read more