In the war between simplicity and power, there are those on each side that say you must sacrifice one to get the other. But as Google shows us, you can have both without sacrificing one for the other.
The Google homepage is relatively unchanged from when its founders created it. Sure, they’ve added links to their features and some other things, but for the most part it’s unchanged. It’s central theme is a core search box, which is right in the center of the page.
Sunday, August 31st, 2008 @ 7:49 pm |
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Categories: Usability, Web Architecture
Tags: simplicity in design, good design, application architecture, Ease-of-use, Google