Website Logo Placement for Maximum Brand Recall

Clearly it’s possible to disregard the standard for top-left logo placement and still end up with a reasonable website. If you were to show users the website above and ask them what the name of the hotel is, they’d be able to figure it out. It’s easy to see how a designer might decide that

Website Logo Placement for Maximum Brand Recall
Image-Focused Design: Is Bigger Better?

The entire Southwest homepage is designed to focus attention on the image: the top navigation links are small and have no background color; the search function is represented with a magnifying glass icon instead of an input box, and even the Book now call to action button is an understated outline

Image-Focused Design: Is Bigger Better?
Why WSJ Mobile App Gets ** Customer Reviews

The 2-step workflow’s obvious penalty is that users must pass through the 2nd screen each time they log in. However, because this is a low-security app, it should be possible to store the login credentials on the phone and log in users automatically upon subsequent uses. (A high-security app such

Why WSJ Mobile App Gets ** Customer Reviews



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