Meaningful companies are built upon a strong timeless vision. Lets look at some examples
* To organize the worlds information and make it universally accessible and useful. Google
* To be the pulse of the planet Twitter
* To be earths most customer centric company; to build a place where people can come to find and discover anything they might want to buy online. Amazon
These statements may sound abstract and grandiose, but as you begin to think about it, you realise why a plan like To be the Best iPhone Photo App for Sharing Pictures with Facebook Friends or Lets Build Stuff and See What Happens, Right? just wont cut it.
Typically when it comes to learning something new within web design you have to refer to either the accompanied detailed documentation, the read-me or, if you are lucky, to a quick reference cheatsheet. Each of these options are really useful, but none have the ability to give you a super-easy method to quickly understand what is going on like a well designed and eye-pleasing infographics
Its easy to see your top-visited pages, navigation patterns and conversion metrics using visitor-tracking tools like Google Analytics. However, this data doesnt show the roadblocks that users typically run into on your website. Tracking and optimizing error messages will help you measurably improve your websites user experience. Well walk through how to add error tracking using Google Analytics, with some code snippets. Then, well assemble the data and analyze it to figure out how to improve your error message drop rates.