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Providing Meaningful Contextual Navigation: Sticky Gets Sophisticated

When we are working on large sites, our clients tend to focus on the site’s home page and the site’s “look-and-feel” — the selection and arrangement of colors, imagery and type. That stuff is important, but as important for us … Continue reading

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Newspapers and Serendipity

I’ve written about The New York Times’ attempts to create online the serendipitous experience of leafing through a newspaper. Paging through a newspaper allows you to come across things you weren’t necessarily looking for. Some of that experience seems to … Continue reading

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