I have an event website that I'm working on and noticed that my client wants all 4 US Continental timezones to be accounted for the time of the event. For example: Sunday, January 1st | 1:00 PM EST ...
The implications of showing the same content to different types of users but still making them believe it is specific to their needs?
Let me try to elaborate a bit more about my question: Some websites, like financial institutions, target a large audience. They divide their business users into multiple segments(e.g.: corporations, ...
Does anyone have any information regarding log in and register interactions, specifically which patterns to use in which contexts? For example: A site where you can view most of the content without ...
I am working on a website project with a core focus on service areas. The central hierarchy of the services section looks like this: 1. Service Name 1 - overview - features and specs - ...
I'm developing yet another website (non-blog, static), and yet again I'm stumbling upon the same problem with inner (non-home) pages design. The layout is conventional: 960px wrapper header with ...
In order to offer the user new choices, I often show the same links in the main content are that are also available in the left-hand navigation tree. It looks more or less like this: NAVIGATION ...
If you have a site with two separate content sections, and then a third section for Admin tasks, would you find it confusing if the one of the content sections had its own Admin section apart from ...
I've got a content management system that isn't the most usable at the moment, but it is pretty intuitive for the end user. The front facing content is a mess, however, and someone decided that most ...