Uvisor.com :: Job Search Engine - Website Development Update
Written by Joe on Thursday, August 25, 2011
Unemployed? Looking For A Job? Try Out Uvisor.com!
October 2010 - Uvisor 1.0
When I first started at Uvisor, I immediately noticed website usability issues that I knew would ensure the website would not be successful. Some of the issues included:
- Members only based job searching
- Users using "out dated browsers" were blocked from using the website
- Navigation was confusing
Website Usability Was My First Concern
In order for a website to be successful it must be accessible and work properly in all browsers. I expressed my concerns to management and they agreed that this an issue and needed to be dealt with. And Uvisor 2.0 was born.
Uvisor 2.0 :: The New & Improved, User Friendly Job Search Engine
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