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Anyone out there use GOMEZ?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeremy Britten Aug 25, 2008.

Borrowing ideas/designs
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Charlie Triplett Jul 2, 2009.

 

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Jeremy Britten replied to Mark Greenfield's discussion Calling All UWEBD members using Google Wave
"Wave to me at jeremybritten [at] googlewave [dot] com"
Oct 26, 2009
Charlie Triplett replied to Jeremy Britten's discussion Borrowing ideas/designs
"Regardless of what you think of the design—there's a proverb attributed to Picasso that sums it up nicely: Bad artists copy. Good artists steal. Within one's own institution, I think the acceptable limit of copying is extended. In…"
Jul 2, 2009
Susan replied to Jeremy Britten's discussion Borrowing ideas/designs
"I wasn't meaning to criticize. :-) The biggest one that strikes me right off are the horizontal layout of links on the right. People scan lists, links, etc. in a more vertical manner, following an F pattern."
Jul 1, 2009
Bradley Livermore replied to Jeremy Britten's discussion Borrowing ideas/designs
"Well it's been up at least a year (since it was reported "stolen" a year ago) and I would hope they did some kind of conversion impact tracking of the new layout. What sorts of usability issues are you seeing?"
Jul 1, 2009
Ken Zirkel replied to Jeremy Britten's discussion Borrowing ideas/designs
"Also interesting to me is that the homepage design was copied by our own bookstore, without our (Public Affairs Office) knowledge or input: http://bookstore.brown.edu/ We're not sure if they did it because they thought it was a good solution…"
Jul 1, 2009
Susan replied to Jeremy Britten's discussion Borrowing ideas/designs
"Thanks Eric. :-) I was just about to point out that usability and accessibility aren't the same. I've spent several years reading research on usability, and while a relatively small percentage may not find trouble with the site's…"
Jul 1, 2009
Eric Stoller replied to Jeremy Britten's discussion Borrowing ideas/designs
"While I like the design of Brown's homepage, I am also not a typical web user. I'm guessing that none of the folks on this site have the same issues with usability as most of our users. Susan makes a great point regarding the usability of…"
Jul 1, 2009
Bradley Livermore replied to Jeremy Britten's discussion Borrowing ideas/designs
"The Brown home page actually degrades nicely when you disable JavaScript. The hartnell home page gives you a headache."
Jul 1, 2009

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University of North Alabama
Website:
http://www.una.edu
Personal Website:
http://www.abstractrandom.com
List three areas of expertise or specialization.
design, css, planning
What department or office are you in?
University Relations
Primary Job Responsibility
Currently working on a redesign of the University's website. Responsible for all aspects of this redesign. I'm the only web person on staff currently.
Number of students at your institution
7,300

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