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Blog 8: Good Design principles

There are a couple of principles that are essential to creating a dynamic and efficient online community. The first principle would be simplicity, of the layout, and the user process. The normal human is lazy, and would rather do the least work for the most outcome. When searching & reading online users want to make the least effort to find interesting information, therefore providing a platform that is easily usable increases the interactions of knowledge between people online. 

The next principle would be a strict but open privacy policy. The barriers created by such policies can easily inhibit the flow of important information. There is a category of information that endangers the security of the system, such as bank account details. On the other hand, contact information, interests, and connections fall under a category of information that can allow faster information flow. 

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  • Nancy White { The blog was set up by Alan Levine of -- Wordpress as the base, plus integration with Tumblr blogs! } – Dec 10, 5:24 PM
  • Graciela { Hey there would you mind sharing which blog pltraofm you're working with? I'm planning to start my own blog in the near future but I'm... } – Dec 08, 12:20 PM
  • Dessy { Barnes quote struck me we call moral ppolee principled. How odd, especially since Barnes exactly characterizes the Pharisees and many (most?) other religious ppolee. Unhappily,... } – Dec 08, 12:14 PM
  • Nancy White { Doc is amazing! Thanks for the pointer to the video. I finally found time to look at it today! } – Nov 18, 11:36 PM
  • Nancy White { I wonder if it is immaturity, or that there is a culture that lacks critical thinking??? } – Nov 18, 4:24 PM
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