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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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If the only decision the user has to make is to choose a product, then the one-click solution is the better one given that you title your page appropriately, such as "choose a product," I think that's …
answered Dec 28 '12 by Andy
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I would put both step 1 and step 2 in one single step/page. They have to do the same amount of work anyway, no need to separate them into two screens making it feel like more work than it actually is. …
answered Jul 17 '18 by Andy
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If I, as a user, need to go through a presentation to understand how to put data in a form, you might be going for the wrong direction. Hints is the best way to teach the user how to fill out a form. …
answered Dec 28 '12 by Andy
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The 2 options you provide are not mutually exclusive. You should combine them. That's what all CMS's under the sun are doing. You should let the users have the freedom to customize things if they cho …
answered Jan 5 '13 by Andy
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Voice browser is a custom solution for people who can't see, while screen reader is a way to target people who can't see for services that are primarily designed for mainstream audience. To answer yo …
answered Dec 30 '12 by Andy
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As the above answer mentioned, if you don't need it why you collect it? And I want to expand on that can try to give you a better solution. Most of the time, you need those optional information becau …
answered Dec 27 '12 by Andy
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You need to apply some information architecture here to structure these fields into a comprehensive way. This is a good place to use the DRY(don't repeat yourself) principle, for the emergency contac …
answered Dec 28 '12 by Andy