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Live Webinar: Google Analytics for Designers

Designers need to be proactively involved in measurement. Knowing how to gather and interpret interactive data will better position designers in the job market, ground our visions in reality and build credibility with clients. Unfortunately, measurement tends not to be included under the umbrella of design. It’s time to change that. Christopher Butler talks about Google Analytics...

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Web Design Roundup: July 30 @HOWinteractive

Last week on HOW Interactive Design, we had stories about Google Analytics, “web-safe” fonts, web typography and more: Making Sense of the Data: Chris Butler explains how to use Google Analytics and measurement to make better websites. History of Web-Safe Fonts: Are web-safe fonts a myth? Justin Kerr of digital agency Newfangled explains their history...

How to Use Google Analytics [VIDEO]

This Week in Web Design, hosted by HOW Interactive Design Conference board member and speaker Jose Caballer, this week is all about how to use Google Analytics, an amazing web statistics tool. If you’ve got 38 minutes, you’ll learn: What is Google Analytics and why should I use it? How do I get started with Google Analytics?...

Analytics for Web Designers

The idea of web designers needing to pay attention to analytics keeps popping up on my radar lately. Grace blogged last week about paying for analytics information, and I wrote an intro to Google Analytics last year: The true power of Google Analytics lies in its ability to inform your design decisions and help...

Will We Start Paying for Analytics in 2012?

One of the best things about web design is that it’s totally measurable. (Patrick McNeil talks about this in his HOW U class Principles of Web Design.) Unlike a brochure you design that gets printed and sent off into the world with little or no feedback returning to you, a website can give you...