About Web Usability
Roger Hudson established Web Usability in 2000 to provide website usability and accessibility services to the corporate, not-for-profit and government sectors.
Web Usability can help you define the needs of your target audience and develop a site that will meet those needs. We can assess the user-focus of existing sites and sites under development to help you improve the effectiveness of your Internet presence.
We offer four areas of service to organisations seeking to improve their sites’ ability to satisfy client demands:
- Needs analysis and information architecture
- Usability review and evaluation
- Accessibility review and evaluation
- Accessibility and usability staff training
We are familiar with the needs of people with disabilities and how these needs can be most effectively met. We understand the different assistive technologies and have conducted numerous usability and accessibility studies with a wide range of web users including those with disabilities.
Roger Hudson, the principal consultant at Web Usability, works with a variety of web professionals on an as-needed basis depending on project requirements.
Web Usability helps clients improve the user focus and accessibility of their internet and intranet sites. We also provide in-house training for staff.
Web Usability has worked with a wide range of corporate, government and not-for-profit clients, often working with the same clients for many years on different projects.
This site conforms to established web standards and accessibility guidelines. It has been build using responsive design principles to work with different screen sizes.