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Dear All

I was recently at a conference held here in London called "DESIGNING
SUCCESSFUL WEB SITES: QUALITY AND USABILITY" organised by The European
Commission's Information Engineering Sector.

Elke-Maria Melchior from Advanced Concepts for Interactive Technology,
suggested that there was no valid measurements that could be gained from
the analysis of logging data.

In my work, I am trying to establish something worthwhile from all of this
feedback. Early days yet, but has anyone managed to gain anything from
looking at this stuff?

Incidently, I agree 100 percent with Ryan Sims' airing about graphic design
interfering with usability.

Damon



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