Fichot Sébastien wrote:
> Le 9 juin 08 à 21:06, David Laakso a écrit :
>> Sébastien wrote:
>>> URL : http://tinyurl.com/3fdd35
>>> Each comment on Code / Design is welcome.
>> O.K. You asked:
>> Oh. Now I get it (took me 5 minutes and looking at it in 3 browsers).
>> You have to crawl on top of the screen, then /really/ squint to find
>> the menu.
>> Then you click a menu item to bring up the content.
>> Really bright and advance users will get all of the above immediately.
>> Morons like me will assume it just another unreadable, unusable, and
>> broken Web site...
> Thank you for your comment David. This is the first prototype for this
> website. Designs goes like this, you have to re-make it many times to
> obtain something really interesting.
> > took me 5 minutes : I were saving and resaving CSS and HTML files,
> this may be in due.
> Cheers, and thank you for your comment.
I am well aware of how design goes. Most sites are remade many times.
Obtaining something interesting ain't easy. Making something interesting
/and/ easy to grasp is even more difficult.
I meant it literally took me 5 minutes to understand how to find the
content. Granted I am not the brightest star in the sky. The delay was
due in part to the menu being a little difficult to read (for me). And
that the page is not intuitive. I had /no clue/ that I had to "click"
something to bring up the content. Most users expect to land on a site
with the primary content on the screen. Let's play "hide and seek" /or/
"can you find the content" on my Web site does not cut it in my book.
Nothing to do with saving and re-saving CSS and HTML files, afaik.
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