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Classic website to Mobile website content mapping

When a visitor with a mobile device clicks on a link to www.website.com/product we can redirect them to m.website.com/product. This page has content and a layout best suited to smart phone users. ...
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Ordering Timezones for an Event

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 ...
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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, ...
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Information on various patterns for log in/join and in which context to use them? [closed]

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 ...
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Where do campaign landing pages belong in my site architecture? How do I manage them?

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 - ...
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How much /what type of content is appropriate for a modal window?

From reading previous questions about modal windows, my understanding is that they're best used for short required processes, or for providing help/info during a process that shouldn't be interrupted ...
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Why at some web are pages always from 1,2,3 … for newest messages?

When I visit some pages, they have newest items first; page 1 has always the newest items. Some examples are imdb boards and icanhascheezburger. I think this is case of top posting, because messages ...
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Furnishing the sidebar the honest way

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 ...
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Is it good to offer the same navigation choices in the main content area as in the navigation?

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 ...
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two different admin sections inside the same site?

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 ...
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How do I restructure content to be more user friendly?

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 ...
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Usability or Content: Knowing which is the cause of the problem?

I've been spending time looking at pages and page flows trying to reduce bail rates and increase completion rates on large ecomm site when a brand manager asked a very intriguing question, "How do you ...