RE: thought-provoking web page question

Subject: RE: thought-provoking web page question
From: "Chase, Jeffrey" <Jeffrey -dot- Chase -at- wang -dot- com>
To: 'Michele Davis' <michele -at- krautgrrl -dot- com>, TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 5 Sep 2000 12:13:55 -0400

I like a clean background (light colored or white) with plenty of space.
Small graphics that contribute to the page's content. Everyone has seen the
spinning globe, etc. and it doesn't do a thing except make you look like you
have the design skills of an 8 year old.
Don't FORCE music on me. If you have to, put a link, but don't assume that
I'm as crazy about "The Lichtensteiner Polka" done in MIDI as you are.
Don't use blink tags. If Regis ever gives me the million, I'm going to use
it to find out who invented the blink tag. Then I'm goin' huntin'.


Jeffrey E. Chase
Wang Government Services
"Have red pencil. Will travel."
Opinions expressed in this e-mail are solely those of the author, and not
meant to imply endorsement by Getronics, Wang Government Services, or the
United States Government.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michele Davis [SMTP:michele -at- krautgrrl -dot- com]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 05, 2000 10:33 AM
> Subject: thought-provoking web page question
> What are people's favorite things to see on a web page? Lots of
> graphics, witty text, a good combination of both. This plays into
> Plato's argument about doco. not having enough graphics. What about an
> initial splash screen? Hate it? Like it? Are load times more important
> then anything?
> What in your opinion, makes a good web page? You can answer me offline,
> examples are welcome.
> --
> Michele
> need a communication specialist? try here:

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