Designing for "Web 2.0" audiences
This is an interesting article on how to design for Web 2.0 audiences. While I don't agree with the author's use of the term web 2.0 here (because I don't see how any of the design draws upon the audience's collaboration or participation), the principles the author highlights are worthy of a closer look. Here's a summary of the principles:
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