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August 26, 2010

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Frank Spillers

Mtidwell- I don't think so, I went to the site to check it out- and didn't even notice it! (and that was the purpose of the visit). It took me lots of looking around- i was so compelled by the great design of the top nav and main marquee area.

I wouldn't recommend it- for the reasons mentioned in this post. Good luck!

Mtidwell

I have found one very nice way of breaking rule #1 and yet still maintain visibility. You can find it at http://sandals.com - the toolbar is always visible, even though it is at the bottom of the page... I plan on using this for some of my hotel clients

Paul

Mentioning usability testing, check www.userfeel.com, seems interesting.

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