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Designing for the Web:

Steve Krug's approach to evaluating Web usability is based on observing how real people under normal situations navigate a Web site. In his book "Don't Make Me Think, A Common Sense approach to Web Usability", he uses straightforward solutions to most common Internet design problems.

Clear choices and prominent content. White space assists designers with organizing the content on a page to make it visually appealing and pleasant. Navigation and critical information stays clearly visible and the features prominent.

Design. A site should be professional, modern and quick-loading.

Images. Should be optimized to minimize file size (72dpi) for the Web. When a site requires more than a few images, thumbnails can link to the large images, keep the file size small and load fast.

Maintenance. Introduce improvements and changes that respond to the user's needs. Check hyperlinks often and repair or remove outdated information.

Testing. It is a good idea to check the pages for cross-browser and cross-platform issues on both PC and Mac computers.

 

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