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Involves information architecture, page layout, and conceptual design of a website

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I agree with ehdv in consolidating the two HW fonts unless there is a compelling reason to keep them as they are, or if they already look fairly similar. For your headings, I would suggest doing some …
answered Oct 1 '10 by Andrew Shipe
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I think your best solution in this case is to put a link to the full site on the footer of the mobile site. This way advanced mobile users can access either version while casual visitors will get the …
answered Nov 10 '11 by Andrew Shipe
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I've been in this boat before too. My best advice is to fake it until you can make it. Now I'm not advocating ripping off another site's design but pick a few sites similar to the one you have to make …
answered Aug 20 '11 by Andrew Shipe
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http://programmedlessons.org/java5/index.html is a great site for minimalist design that is also incredibly usable. It's certainly not flashy but it is very well laid out to provide great examples and …
answered Nov 17 '11 by Andrew Shipe
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This might not be a fun answer, but I would say you want the IA of your company blog to be as standard as possible. Blogs are great because they feature a small amount of content and focus attention o …
answered Apr 13 '12 by Andrew Shipe
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Worst case scenario though is someone visiting the site, having the video blast them to kingdom come, and the user leaving the site never to return. That's probably rather unlikely if 70% of visits wi …
answered Apr 24 '12 by Andrew Shipe