Interesting Research On Stock Photo Users

posted on 31st of march, 2011

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Posted by Fleyeing on May 01, 2011
Thanks for the link. The person who made the site doesn't apply his own rules since it's a bit nineties-ish ;-)
The content is super though, and it coincides with the usability reports you can get from -Photo*Shelter- as to design and usability of photo sites. They use the eye-tracking machine too.
Posted by Calyx22 on May 01, 2011
That's a very interesting article, particlularly in light of all of the statistics given on comparisons between images and accompanying text. I don't know the author, but it's certainly food for thought. If nothing else, the adage that Simple Sells can be gleaned from this article. And what a lovely girl! :)
Posted by Martinisaac on April 30, 2011
Thanks for the link... this is an interesting article on photos as web content, and therefore relevant to stock photos.

This is not necessarily the place for a 'debate' on the author, Jakob Nielsen, but his point-of-view is very a much about usability in the extreme to the detriment of user experience - imagery/photos have their place, as the adage says (cliche alert!)... "a picture is worth a thousand words"
Posted by Mariaam on April 01, 2011
nice photo
Posted by lzf on March 31, 2011
nice pic
Posted by Elenaray on March 31, 2011
"Invest in good photo shoots: a great photographer can add a fortune to your website's business value."
:::::::Assignment is the new stock photography.:::::::::::::

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