SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] seeking rules
Re: [Sigia-l] seeking rules
From: Victor Lombardi (victorlombardi_at_yahoo.com)
Date: Tue Apr 30 2002 - 23:26:48 EDT
I'd like to make a little plea for the novice designers who actually
benefit from these sorts of rules. I recently did some consulting for a
large company whose designers didn't know, for example, the difference
between the web, the web browser, and the Internet. When it comes to not
knowing much at all, or having some rules to fall back on, those rules look
Of course, I prefer absolute practices better ("know your users...").
At 4/30/2002 -0700 11:48 AM, Christina Wodtke wrote:
>I'm seeking "rules of web design" that are absolute and erroneous in their
>over-simplicity. Such as "users don't read" "users don't scroll" "Have only
>seven links on a page" and so on.
>Anyone have any of these (anecdotes not necessary, but always welcome for
>Content Management Symposium, Chicago O'Hare Marriott, June 28 - 30.
>Sigia-l mailing list
Content Management Symposium, Chicago O'Hare Marriott, June 28 - 30.
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