Web users judge sites in the blink of an eye

By | January 19, 2006

“Unless the first impression is favourable, visitors will be out of your site before they even know that you might be offering more than your competitors,” [Lindgaard]

Here a nice publication informing that potential readers can make snap decision in just 50 milliseconds and the first impression last. It’s also well known that the crucial time is 6 sec before the potential reader make his choice about staying or not. Seems that the amount of graphics must be stricly limited.

“These days, enlightened web users want to see a “puritan” approach” [Caudron]

Read this news from nature.com

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