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How important is a site's design?

Type: General
Very important 43% 19 Votes
Somewhat important 45% 20 Votes
Rather unimportant 11% 5 Votes
Not important at all 0% 0 Votes
Undecided 0% 0 Votes

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44 Votes Total

Jun 3, 2011

Poll Replies (18)

Replies to the user poll above.

Msg # User Message Date


RustyJ (145) Somewhat but not 100% critical. A working search and browse function is most important. Looks are secondary.
06-03-11  12:36am

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rearadmiral (380) What's available on the site is the most important to me, followed by how easy it is to get at that material. I really don't care about site design as long as it doesn't get in the way.
06-03-11  04:05am

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HeatherMcXxx (10) I like an attractive design -- if a site is appealing, I'll likely spend more time checking it out (assuming its content reflects my tastes). But what's most important is ease of navigation.
06-03-11  04:34am

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Denner (235) ONLY somewhat. Of course it's nice to browse through a site with a good design - the few there are.
But it's about content foremost!!
Even for those ugly designed sites - and there are a lot of them.

06-03-11  05:25am

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Jay G (67) I won't give a poorly designed site the time of day....and they sure don't seem to know what time it is....
06-03-11  06:46am

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lk2fireone (196) Site contents (quality and quantity), ease of use, and price are the main factors in scoring a site, or judging value. Ease of use is mainly based on site design (which includes not just appearance but search features, hot links for accessing material, distracting ads, etc.).
06-03-11  09:15am

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messmer (137) I answered "very important" but with me design also includes ease of navigation.
06-03-11  09:39am

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williamj (9) ease of navigation is more important. presentation is important but if I can't get around with ease then what good is design
06-03-11  11:23am

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Denner (235) Guess the question was/is:
"How important is a site's design?"

When it comes to "navigation" - which NOT necessarily equals the design - I'd say "Very important".
Still I think it's two different aspects - where one does not rule out the other, though. Like:
Some sites have horrible/ugly design, but ok navigation - and some sites with great design, but bad navigation...
So bottom line - you could make another poll:
"How important is a sites navigation"

06-03-11  01:28pm

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Drooler (220) You know a site has a good design when you don't even notice it at first. You can view, navigate, and download content with ease. The design simply doesn't get in the way.
06-03-11  03:07pm

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pat362 (373) I assumed that the question included navigation so I picked somewhat important. There have been very few sites that have caused me a headache because their navigations was horrible but a few managed it. Those are the ones that although I enjoyed the content. I will probably never rejoin because I just don't want to spend an hour looking for one video.
06-03-11  05:04pm

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exotics4me (463) I went on design only. The best way for me to say it is I think I made a comment once about a site having a really nice layout and design and that was Teen Models. I would assume since their site is newer it is running on a newer software so that probably explains it. I think I've commented that some sites look really plain and my only concern with those is that they may have older content, not updated, etc...

Also think Xisty is a nice looking site.

06-03-11  08:19pm

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otoh (54) As others have said, design and navigation are quite linked, so a bad design often = difficult to navigate = less likely to join.

But on it's own, an ugly site is a turn-off, I'd really have to know what the material is like to get past it.

Good designs have the opposite effect - eg I will visit FigureBaby again sometime, partly because the layout and navigation of it is so exemplary.

06-04-11  12:54am

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tangub (155) Obviously the navigation is important and as long as they make the content easy to browse and download i'm never that bothered what the design actually looks like.
06-04-11  03:21am

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turboshaft (24) If design includes technical issues, then it's very important. Nothing worse than bad/dead links, opening new pages in popups, and just an overall feeling that a site isn't very user friendly. Impress me with being able to get to a lot of content quickly and painlessly, not by throwing gimmicks or Flash animation at me, because nobody really likes a cock tease.
06-04-11  08:19am

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slutty (111) I'm with RustyJ and many others on this, as long as the site has a search and index I can overlook most cosmetic flaws.
06-04-11  06:14pm

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Monahan (42) REPLY TO #1 - RustyJ :

By site design, I assume that term included a good search function. The best looking site in the world with a lousy search function is no good as far as I'm concerned.

A site's design is good if it has a good search function, easy navigation, reasonably fast downloading and few, if any, pop-ups.

06-06-11  09:39am

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mbaya (364) All I care is that it function. If it doesn't it can ruin a site for me.
06-09-11  08:04pm

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