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  • I just want to say that though the progress we made is marvelouse there are some examples of where web design gone wrong. I just read a glimps on a swedish article “Ten deadly sins of web design” and would like to point them out here:

    1.Not following basic typographic rules
    2.Being too creative with navigation
    3.Creating a cluttered navigation system
    4.Making sure the site requires certain technology to work
    5.Thinking that accessibility is only about blind people
    6.Ignoring web standards
    7.Not keeping search engines in mind from the start
    8.Basing the site structure on your organisation structure
    9.Using grey text on grey background
    10.Skipping the feasibility study

  • Not following basic typographic rules

  • Thinking that accessibility is only about blind people.

  • I really found a cool showcase post that highlighted great comment section designs and always remember ten deadly sins of web design.

  • Blog Comment Design is very necessary things and it is more useful. When any of the blog is comment by one user , they show the whole blog and analyze blog.