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    6 Common User Experience Design Fails
    Tim Ash is an expert on conversion strategies. Here's a recent article on mistakes designers make frequently when creating new sites.

    6 Common User Experience Design Fails that Make UX Experts Cringe
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    No. 3 is really no. 1 - I troll for new merchant programs almost every day, and when I look at merchant sites, more and more I see a home page open with all this fancy, artsy, SLOW MOVING SLOW LOADING crapola that looks sooooo artistic and modern, but doesn't let you see what they offer or how to get to it, and it takes so long to load you usually give up before you see anything relevant.
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