Huberspace celebrates fifth anniversary

July 1, 2007

Jim Huber, president of Huberspace, a Leesburg, Virginia-based web development firm said, "The official date of our fifth anniversary is July 1. But I celebrated early by treating myself to the 'Usability in Practice: Three-Day Intensive Camp' at 'Usability Week 2007' in Washington, D.C." Jakob Nielsen produces this worldwide program. "In plain English 'usability' means making a Web site easier for visitors to find what they're searching for and take action."

Huberspace is primarily focused on small business, commercial and political Web sites. We honor the first law of e-commerce: "If users cannot find your product or service, they cannot buy it."

Continuing to expand our line of results-oriented Web site services, Huberspace now offers "usability testing" for current as well as prospective customers. This kind of quality control measures how easy it is for visitors to use your site; how easy it is to accomplish basic tasks; how quickly they can find what they're searching for; how easy it is to remember how to use your site when they return; how many errors a user might make and how satisfied users are in finding what they want on your Web site.

We're pleased to report that a proficient and adept coder has joined the award-winning graphic designer, SEO savvy Web content writer and Web site marketing expert on the Huberspace team. Like our other talented team members, he's on call to work on a project-by-project basis keeping our customers' budgets in mind.

"I'm pleased to report that our referral business continues to grow thanks to our satisfied customers. Our success depends on staying up to date with Web technology as it continues to adapt, change and transform so we're ready to help you take advantage of it."

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