A website ignores the end-user and its peril

Vincent, Paul
June 2001
Marketing Event;Jun2001, p13
Emphasizes the need for Web sites to cater to customer satisfaction. Mistake committed by Web site managers on the front-end design of Web sites; Role of Web site developers.


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