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Design Anti Patterns - How to Design a Poor Web Experience

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Sometimes it is most instructive to look at design patterns in reverse-- as a set of anti-patterns. In this talk, Bill Scott will explore the common mistakes that designers & developers make when attempting to craft a rich web experience. Bill will use counter-examples from consumer facing web sites (both inside & outside of Yahoo!) as well as from enterprise web applications to illustrate the right way to design.

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Design Anti Patterns - How to Design a Poor Web Experience

  1. When Designers Get Too Clever Anti-Patterns: Avoiding the Traps of Bad Design Bill Scott Director, UI Engineering netflix.com b.scott@yahoo.com
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