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Offline Yetiie

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Forum: do you know what you do?
« on: April 19, 2015, 08:23:28 PM »
Young webdesigner who would like to create modern and succeeding webprojects do learn in school in the first year:

(1) As more clicks a user needs to get information  ... as more fails your projects ... in modern and succeeding projects important and regular asked information should be offerd within two clicks ... in your organization structure three clicks are standard (three clicks has been the old-school-principle of former years (not days) in the early years of webdesign)

(2) Avoid a complex and branched structure to save orientaion to the user

(3) Work with only few big links and as less as possible sublinks to give orientation to the user

(4) Avoid the appeal of old fashioned pages: if you don't have enough new content do not spread it over to much pages


Guys. You do your work with a big engagement :-)
But sorry about it: Du you really know what you do?

Offline DarkViper

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Re: Forum: do you know what you do?
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2015, 09:15:28 PM »
Ups.. sorry, can it be that you've confused something? ;-)

Your arguments will be right.. for any website.

But here this is not a pretty designed website... it's a forum which shall store lots and lots of data in a strictly ordered, hierarchical structure.
But sorry about it: Du you really know what you do?
But sorry about it: Do you really know what about you talk?

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Offline Yetiie

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Re: Forum: do you know what you do?
« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2015, 09:35:06 PM »

In the german part of the forum indeed in the past we had several discussions about modern webworking ... and more than one time wie found we don't live a the same time ...

Let's say at as follows: not only webdeveloping and the requirements on design and webworker-tools developed and changed the last years, the way to organize content did it too .. and this includes organizing structures of succeeding forums (not only succeeding cms projects at all) too ;-)