What's happening at Webcredible

This is my first of a new monthly update on Webcredible – what’s been happening in the company, changes to the website, what we’ve got coming up… In case you don’t know me, my name’s Trenton Moss and I founded Webcredible in 2003. I still work here, overseeing the day-to-day running of the company.

So June’s been a relatively busy month for us. Theweather’s been great the past month in London, although I guess when you’re stuck in an office all day that’s not much help. Open windows have been replaced by air con pumping out as the temperature has soared. On top of the great weather we’ve won quite a few larger user-centered design and web development projects. Whilst we do lots of smaller projects like one-off usability tests or quick web builds, it’s always nice for us to get our teeth sunk into a 3+ month project. You can check out some of ourcurrent projects, if you’re interested.

In case you don’t know, we run regular polls on the site, and with 6000+ site visitors each day we get a lot of people responding. Our latest poll asked, ‘What is most likely to persuade you to make a purchase from an online retailer?’ The poll results were quite interesting with Computer Weekly and Web Userboth picking up on the findings.

Other things to have happened in June include:

Soon, we’ll be publishing the 2009 version of our annual council report, as well putting live a new upcoming events page on the site. Our head of UX, Elisa will be participating at the IMRG usability and user experience workshop this month so if you’re a member of the IMRG then do come on down!

That’s all for now… If there’s anything you’d like to ask or tell me about Webcredible then please leave a comment and I’ll reply.

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