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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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It has been generally referred to as 'Snowfall', coming from The New York Times website when they posted this article Interestingly, Wired have created a new version of this that scrolls horizontally …
answered Oct 1 '14 by J4G
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Has anyone come across any instances where an icon has replaced the link text: 'Forgotten your username and/or password?' I am designing a log in bar that has to go across the top of the website and …
asked Feb 28 '14 by J4G
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I agree with Yako, simple is best and there's no need to over complicate here! Have you considered what additional functionality needs to be included, and what use cases and user journeys should be c …
answered Mar 22 '16 by J4G
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This used to be a major consideration for sites and software however with the improvement of web browsers, designing and building a dark mode are no longer a necessity as the modern browsers provide o …
answered Mar 2 by J4G
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Best practice says that log in/sign up fields should always be top right of the website, no arguments there. There seems to be a trend towards simply having "Sign up here. Or log in if you already ha …
asked Feb 20 '14 by J4G
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In my mind it makes sense for a UK address form to contain 3 address lines. There are instances of people living in blocks or buildings where 2 lines may not always be enough. I just wondered if any …
asked Feb 26 '14 by J4G
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Instead of having your three options as the culminating point of the modal, why not have them asked as a question within the content as: an accordion; conditional reveal; or stepped modal? That would …
answered Dec 6 '18 by J4G