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As a diversion to my ongoing series on top-down usability design in web development, let me discuss about a very simple yet useful

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As with the waterfall model of doing things, a good web usability design process starts with the big things. Once you have set

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Usability is a quality attribute that describes how easy a user can navigate or use the user interface of software, and in the

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I know, indulging in the hyperbole like the best, the biggest, the most wonderful, is not often advised, but the crux of the

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CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets, and if you are wondering what cascading does here, they have a cascading effect on the

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Web analytics, or your website usage data tells you how many visitors you get per day, per week or per month, how they end up on

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With the Internet Explorer not supporting even some of the CSS2.1 features, it’s not a surprise that work on CSS3 has been going

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Although some argue that adhering to strictly validated code is just a way of making things needlessly complex, by the end of the

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I often wonder where the web designing is heading. Web 1.0 or the first phase of web designing, or you may call it even the