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Neuromarketing, Relaxation and Web Design

Thursday, March 24th, 2011

Research shows that the experience that a consumer has on a website can drastically affect their perception of the brand or product. Bad design really does result in more stress – and fewer sales. This is not simply a question of aesthetics, but also usability, and of understanding the purpose with which a customer has […]

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Save The Pixel: the art of simple web design, by Ben Hunt

Saturday, March 19th, 2011

This is a must-read eBook for web designers everywhere. I keep hearing Ben’s voice in my head as I code: if in doubt, take it out. Simplify, simplify, simplify. Don’t waste space on unnecessary details! I had already noticed how quickly borders and other fancy tricks eat up valuable screen real estate. Ben Hunt takes […]

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Neuro Web Design by Susan M. Weinschenk

Monday, February 1st, 2010

A concise and compelling read, this slim volume tells you the A B Cs of marketing, with reference to web design. I can’t say I agree with some of her introductory comments: the book in general is somewhat simplistic and reads like a child’s primer on experimental psychology, so I suppose a few sweeping statements […]

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