Nick Musica is a user experience professional living in the San Francisco Bay Area specializing in search engine optimization, usability and information architecture. He co-authored When Search Meets Web Usability and is a former instructor at NYU. He’s a big fan of information scent, the user and the ukulele.
I spent last Monday November 12, 2012 at the sold out An Event Apart (AEA) conference at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. This was my first time at AEA. Admittedly, I had some reservations about how relevant An Event Apart would be for me personally since I’m an SEO and usability professional and not a full-time designer. But I’m a fan of a good conference and a designer friend of mine raved about the event a year or... CONTINUE READING
How would you like to find your website on sale for less than the cost of a sandwich? This is exactly what happened to Roger Montti of www.martinibuster.com who found one of his websites, one of his entire websites, for sale on eBay for $8 a copy. Montti is an award winning web publisher and is no stranger to content theft. His first experience was when he discovered a web designer had stolen his website’s layout including the HTML,... CONTINUE READING
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