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GUI Design: Don’t Forget to Focus

Web sites that mainly provide information do not necessarily need to be concerned with focus, but pages that are expressly for searching or logging in to an account should always set the focus appropriately. For this article I first took a look at the web sites of the US’s top ten financial institutions, and then a few other sites of various types. I will only document a handful of them here. JP MORGAN CHASE® JP Morgan Chase® is listed as the biggest financial institution in the US with deposits in excess of a trillion dollars. Figure 1 is a portion of a screen of chase.com, the web site for JP Morgan Chase & Co. As would be expected for the US’s largest bank, the main page of the web site contains much information … Read entire article »

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