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- praveen kumar
December 22, 2009, 6:24 am
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A list of "Web site mistakes" could go on forever, actually. When it
comes right down to it, it's all "design" now, since we are talking
about a (hopefully) cohesive unit, a well-crafted Web site. If it
works well, you will do well. If not, you won't. That's simple, and
keeping things simple really is the best kind of design.
Among these examples are tips for cosmetics, content and
functionality. Even if you've already built your site, you can use
this list as a means of "tweaking" and "refining" your approach. Only
if you have broken every conceivable rule of design and Web strategy
would you need to dump your entire site and start from scratch. It is
likely you could just start cleaning things up a bit, and work your
way from 1 to 25 in no time-then find the list that takes you from 26
to 1,001, or perhaps a million. There are a lot of ways to commit faux
pas in a virtual workplace!