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April 28, 2008

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Bnspak

As Ayush mentioned I too would like to see some webdesign examples. Other than that great post. Checkout my blog and tell me what you think of the posts I have up.

http://forcingfunction.com

Ayush Saran

Can you give some examples of good forcing function, used appropriately in regards to interaction design on the web.

Im working on a web-site where there are way too many options and im trying to pick good defaults for the users

Derek Pennyhcuff

Found you while Googling for Pat Jordan's work on usability / user experience. I'm very happy to find a usability blog that mixes real world experience and research (and cites sources). I'll probably spend an embarrassingly high percentage of my time lurking around here for a few months. :)

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