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SE: User Experience - appropriate for interface design review? [migrated]

I'm a web developer and interface designer, and for the improvement of my development structure and practice, I can go to SE's Code Review. However, even more than I focus on the quality of back-end ...
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Dynamic Banners on Websites [closed]

Often on webpages, you see scrolling banners with messages. I would like to know how these are created. To make my question more clear, consider this webpage: http://www.ecs.soton.ac.uk. On the top, ...
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Improving communication with UX Designers [duplicate]

What is a good book (or series of articles) to read that would teach me the basics of breaking down the design of a page. You see, whenever I see a webpage that looks great, I don't know how to ...
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Is it really necessary for a web app to have a 'stunning design'?

I created a forum for foreigners in Taiwan. I showed the site to some people last night. Some said that the logo (and design) has to be more 'attracting' or 'stunning.' I'm not very sure if this is ...
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What are the rules of thumb for margins in web design?

My web designer tells me that in a web page, the empty margins or padding should always be multiples of a standard. For example 6 px, 12px, 18px. This should produce nicely balanced lay-outs. I would ...