Some nicely designed registration pages. Streamlining registration / checkout processes should be the top of everyone’s list.
The thing that makes navigation difficult to work with in Web design is that it can be so versatile. Navigation can be simple or complex: a few main pages or a multi-level architecture; one set of content for logged-in users and another for logged-out users; and so on. Because navigation can vary so much between websites, there are no set guidelines or how-to’s for organizing navigation.
This should be everyone’s first priority when creating websites, good navigation not only makes the website more useable but also enhances it. Designers and developers need to take more note of how much content a website is going to have and design that in useable and user friendly way.
I have to say, my favorite is “Ben the Bodyguard”.
Unfortunately, for every person who is obsessed with even the tiniest details of typography, a dozen or so people seem to be indifferent. It’s a shame; if you’re going to spend time writing something, don’t you want it to look great and be easy to read?
That’s so true! A lot of people also seem to be indifferent to bad design in general, which is a shame because it can help to make an experience so much more pleasurable and easy to use.
This is great, and something which we’ve been talking about in the office over the past few weeks / months.
This gives our clients much more control over their Facebook presence, no loner do they need to know FBML or HTML or anything else, now we can give them the ability to manage their presence via their website Content Management System via the use of iFrames, to present content from their website to their Facebook fans.
What could be simpler?