Common sense is at heart of web design

Fletcher, Mike
April 2001
Marketing Event;Apr2001, p19
Focuses on the significance of Web design to the success of an Internet-based company. Ideas shared by Ken Clayton of Business Meetings.com on the subject of Web design at the 2001 International Confex; Negative implication of Web counters on the welcome pages of a site; Importance of updated information on Web design.


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