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Links 1 through 10 of 33 by Joanna Geary tagged websites

We’ve been playing with Muse for the past two weeks as part of the private beta, and we are impressed with the tool’s functionality and featureset. What differentiates Muse from some other code-free website creation tools is this: the user interface and the design paradigms mimic those from other Adobe Creative Suite applications, namely InDesign.

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The New York Times has introduced its long-delayed Beta620, a public beta testing site where web surfers can experiment with new products that could eventually take root on NYTimes.com.

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"The one sphere that really sticks out, however, is the login we choose when it comes to the news. Of all the logins to news sites tracked by Gigya, 45% are completed using our Twitter credentials, with only 25% using Facebook and 16% using Google. The numbers seem to solidify our vision of Twitter as a network best used to quickly share links and "newsy" bits of information."

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"Join us for a sneak preview of Drupal Gardens Beta. We give a complete walk through of the new features planned for version 1.0. One of the primary goals of Drupal Gardens is to empower users to quickly and easily assemble socially smart and powerful Drupal 7 websites without programming. "

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"From 17 November, the edition gets an editorial revamp while europe.wsj.com will expand with more online-only news, blogs and email alerts. Dow Jones is also stepping up its events strategy for the UK and Europe. "

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"One of the guiding principles of interaction design is to support existing behavior. This means to figure out what is already happening, what activities, tasks, and interactions people are already doing, and build support for them into software.
This may not seem like a glamorous way to approach design, but from my experience it’s the fastest way to make people happy. Let them do what they already do faster/better/easier, and then you’ll have their attention in order to push the envelope after that."

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US newspaper website owners think readers go to their printed editions instead. Users, have a difference idea.

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"All things considered though, the Mail's new comment moderation policy is an excellent idea. It doesn't mean no moderation at all, so any legal issues are likely to be dealt with pretty quickly, and the overall effect should be to make the website stickier."

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"Mail Online is following Express Newspapers’ lead, which stopped moderating on its Daily Express and Daily Star sites over two years ago and relies on users to flag problems."

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Digital Competitiveness also found that the younger age group are more willing to pay for offers of better quality and service.

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