A small business owner can look at a site from any angle and come away with a clear, clear picture of what he or she wants to sell and why he or her should invest.
This is a common and effective approach when designing a web site.
It allows the user to choose the information they want to receive, while allowing them to quickly review all of the information and make an informed decision.
A great example of this approach is the site of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which was hacked by an Islamist group last year.
In a blog post, the paper’s editor-in-chief, Stephane Charbonnier, described how he chose the images for the site: “When you first open it up, you see an image of a picture of a cartoon with a sword and a crucifix.
That image makes the site instantly clear.
Then you find the text in Arabic.
You see the images, and you can easily see why people have chosen to use that image as their logo.”
This article originally appeared on The Conversation. “
It’s not perfect, but it does make the site clear.”
This article originally appeared on The Conversation.
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