Re: [agile-usability] Can You Have More Than One Homepage
It would be interesting to see the value this general homepage brings to the users once we know who they are. At this point, the user is entitled his/her personal Homepage which provides all the relevant information in one place, eliminating the need to have another generic version.
Hope this helps.
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--- On Tue, 10/21/08, Leina <leina_elgohari@...> wrote:
From: Leina <leina_elgohari@...>
Subject: [agile-usability] Can You Have More Than One Homepage
Date: Tuesday, October 21, 2008, 9:28 PM
Can you have more than one homepage on the same site?
For example think of a regular home page called "RegularHome" that has
a link called "MyHome". This link takes a user to a dashboard type
homepage where a user can perform all kinds of customisations. When
the user is in MyHome they can still have access to the "RegularHome"
page. They can switch back and forth between the regular homepage and
the MyHome page (a bit like google where you can switch between classic
view and iGoogle - the dashboard view)
1. Is it okay to see the word "home" used more than once on the same
2. Is it okay to see more than one home icons on the same page (each
home icon leads the user to a particular home location)?
Is there a conflict?