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Show him this website: http://shouldiuseacarousel.com/ There are a couple of reasons why he shouldn´t do that. 1% clicked a feature. Of those, 89% were the first position. 1% of clicks for the most significant object on the home page? nd.edu stats by @erunyon “We have tested rotating offers many times and have found it to be a poor way of presenting home ...


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Your photo galleries look very nice ... Regarding your question, I would simply employ standard controls that you find on a lot of other image sliders such as pause/play buttons with next/previous buttons. No need to re-invent the wheel, image sliders are pretty common these days and most people are used to seeing them. I would just make sure to design ...


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The best solution here is to put control in the hands of the user. Give them buttons to slide from left to right and discover the images, in either direction, at their own pace. Simplify the interface with two large, clear, clickable (desktop), tappable (touch screen), and keyboard navigable (for accessibility) action buttons that load either the next or ...


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"Carousels exist to keep people from beating the $*&# out of each other in meetings." -- Brad Frost Problem: The home page isn't big enough to show all the stuff for sale. Solution: Recommend the top selling item with easy access to the full list.


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Having 3 sliders is not a bad idea here. Having a single big slider is! Whenever someone comes to your website to purchase anything, he/she would have a product in mind to buy, the three distinct sliders will nicely categorize items. So when, I for example am visiting your website to find discounted deals for t-shirts on your website a single carousel will ...



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