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Website design involves the structure of websites, information architecture, the layout and pages, and the conceptual design.

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Fascinating...This probably isn't the answer, but is there any chance your professional language translations for these three languages just weren't as good as for the other languages? If you suspect …
answered Oct 28 '10 by devuxer
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Like any design choice, there are trade-offs. I can see why you are tempted to use optgroups here, but I can also see why others thought it would be better not to use them. The advantage of optgroups …
answered Oct 10 '13 by devuxer
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In general, good web design engenders trust. A highly usable, well-organized, uncluttered, easy-to-navigate, professional-looking site is a trustworthy site. Some specific things to strive for (some …
answered Nov 5 '10 by devuxer
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My answer would be: usability testing isn't intended to design anything, it's intended to efficiently locate problems with a design. Good design requires vision, one or more talented designers, brains …
answered Oct 27 '10 by devuxer