SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Visual shopping
Re: [Sigia-l] Visual shopping
jamie foggon wrote:
> Jonathan Baker-Bates:
>> I see what I regard as sub-optimal UI all over the place which is also quite
>> often very popular with a very large user base.
>> So, as a concept (as opposed to an execution of that), how do you know
>> it won't work?
> I'm thinking MySpace as a prime example.
Sometimes the ideal is original and compelling enough that a poor
interface doesn't impede its success.
This doesn't negate the value of a good interface design, it just
emphasizes the point that no one single thing determines the success or
failure of a product or service.
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