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I'm building a global web site that is targeted to well-paid male company managers. In what way should this user profile direct my user interface decisions?

For example they will not have much time to spend on the web site because they are stressed out or busy. Or they are used to be in charge so it extra important to not use intro movies. Stuff like that. What do you think?

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closed as not constructive by Patrick McElhaney Dec 9 '11 at 1:17

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Hi Tony. We'd love to help, but the way you've posed the question it's impossible to answer. Before you move forward, you need to develop a proper persona. "Well-paid male company managers" just isn't enough information. Also, it's better to ask for experiences and facts over opinions. I tried editing your question to make it more about how to flesh out a persona, but ended up rewriting the whole question, and I don't know what research you've done already. – Patrick McElhaney Dec 9 '11 at 1:26
I hope you find this useful, and take it as encouragement to revise the question so you can get more useful answers (at which point we'll consider reopening). – Patrick McElhaney Dec 9 '11 at 1:26
Ok. Sorry for being too vague. I wanted to isolate those characteristics to see what experiences you had with that target group. For example there are significant differences between how men (in general) and women (in general) responds to and prefer web design. Or people with a bigger income prefer shop online because of convenience while people with smaller income highlights reasons such as saving money. Those findings are important for me to take a decision on the design, argument and structure. – Tony Bolero Dec 9 '11 at 8:54