Posts Tagged "long scroll"


Categories: UX/UI, Web Design

Tags: long scroll

Long scroll pages. Everybody seems to want them. Ask your doctor if long scroll pages are right for you. Long scroll pages have some fundamental flaws. And when I say, “long scroll pages,” I am generally thinking of websites where the most navigation links just dump you further down the home page. Imagine sections like […]

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A friend recently asked me what I thought of background videos on websites. I often think they are distracting. I think of the PayPal website. It used to have a background video of a woman using a smartphone. What did that tell me? How did that enhance my experience? Could it be a distraction from […]

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A few people have looked at our Ptype website and asked why doesn’t our website look like everybody else’s. The first and easiest answer is: because then it would look like everybody else’s. We’d prefer to stand out. The second answer is that in general, good UX and usability don’t often chase trends. A good […]

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