SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] SEO versus Experience design versus usability
Re: [Sigia-l] SEO versus Experience design versus usability
> My approach is to play to the strengths of the technology.
No doubt good advice. For an immediate return.
For a broader perspective (and I think posted this here months ago):
"This Boring Headline Is Written for Google"
An example of folks discussing this effect in the context of their own
This is one of those on-going debates regarding our short and long-term
obligations wrt how we shape information, just like some lawyers simply want
to win a case for their client and some also want to advance the law for
Usability > Simplify the Solution
Design > Simplify the Problem
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