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Good web design by example

Ben Hunt has a nice article discussing what he feels are the shared traits of good web design. It's clear and concise, much like the sites he's referring to.

What's missing is the overall paradigm that great websites share. Design is simply a strategy for conveying the site's information. Too often, companies use design as a crutch to prop up poor content, or they have completely separate and isolated strategies for design and content.

Less is still more, but how much "less" should be a site by site strategic decision.

February 20, 2006 in web strategy | Permalink


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