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Bart Van Roey <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 25 Mar 1997 02:19:34 +0000
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Hi all,

Today I cam across two pages at Netscape talking about internet user
interface design:

        in "Javascript and User Interface Design", Danny Goodman tackles some of
the issues related to javascript interaction in a web page.
        http://developer.netscape.com/news/viewsource/goodman_ui.html

        and in "Producing the User-Centric Web Site", Richard Hall looks at the
user as being either a passing visitor, a purchaser or an "existing
customer" and he designs his sites to suit them all.
        http://developer.netscape.com/news/viewsource/hall_usercentric.html


And, all you people at CHI97 in Atlanta, enjoy it!
And (most of all) don't forget to tell us all about the things you learned
about internet user interface design!

Bart

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