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Comments for Death to Splash Pages

Death to Splash Pages: 4/21/04

In my continuing search for good web design examples that take advantage of web standards and CSS, I'm amazed at the high percentage of professional web design firms still using splash pages. Some of them even have multiple numbers before actually getting to the content. Like any average user, I want to get to the good stuff right away. Don't bore me with stupid splash screens. The worst of them are the ones that are so obscure in UI that they need explanations at the bottom of the splash as to where to click. Groan. Yawn.

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