Ten Deadly Sins of Website Design

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I found these tips on another site, but thought they were really appropriate. There’s a lot of webmasters out there that could learn from these basic tips.

  1. Not following basic typographic rules
  2. Being too creative with navigation
  3. Creating a cluttered navigation system
  4. Making sure the site requires certain technology to work
  5. Thinking that accessibility is only about blind people
  6. Ignoring web standards
  7. Not keeping search engines in mind from the start
  8. Basing the site structure on your organisation structure
  9. Using grey text on grey background
  10. Skipping the feasibility study

Source: Ten deadly sins of web design | 456 Berea Street

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