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This kind of falls into the 'flexibility and efficiency of use' heuristic from Nielsen Norman Group's heuristics. Their definition for this heuristic is: Accelerators -- unseen by the novice user -- may often speed up the interaction for the expert user such that the system can cater to both inexperienced and experienced users. Allow users to tailor ...


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For the lack of overhead that is involved in modern web application frameworks like spring Rails or asp.net I would add another route that redirects users there to mitigate this problem. I dont see any negative effects of having both routes active and its like 5-25 minutes of work to do it. It seems like a win win unless I am missing any risks. For example ...


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Well, first of all, I'd seriously consider using another logic that implements non confusing, semantic URLs. Assuming this is not possible, I'd recommend you to track your user's behavior and see what happens. Nevertheless, the solution for your problem is quite simple: just use htacces to redirect any user that hits somesite.com/event/ to ...


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I don’t think it’s a good practice: If you keep the home page URL, it would not be clear that and why the content changes. Users visit http://example.com/, see a portfolio detail page, wonder why they don’t learn something about this site in general (like an introduction or an "about this site" section), and probably don’t even notice that refreshing the ...


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It largely depends upon the site but I would say that in general it isn't good UX to have content change each time the page is refreshed for the following reasons... Most everyone suffers from a condition known as change blindness People might not even notice the change unless the view is drastically different after the page refresh. If one minor ...



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