[extropy-chat] Joel - ExI Website - Your Comments

Natasha Vita-More natasha at natasha.cc
Sun Oct 23 14:40:24 UTC 2005

At 08:45 PM 10/20/2005, Joel  wrote:

>Things are not quite in the right place, the title page is too busy - I 
>think having news, projects and about Extropy Inst. all on the one page is 
>too much. Projects should be on their own page, or only link the the names 
>of the projects to fuller descriptions. I'm also not a fan of the double 

Each project should have its own page, yes I agree.  I'm not sure that they 
should not be mentioned on the home page.   Thanks.

>Also the events page have the events on the timeline going from most 
>recent to the past. Which feels weird, but maybe I'm just used to 
>timelines going from past to future, left to right.

Most recent is most often first, working its way back in time.  Otherwise, 
people have to scroll down to see what has just happened.

>Sorry to be so critical, but I do think ease of use is important for 
>getting new people interested.

Not at all!  Thank you for your comments.


<http://www.natasha.cc/>Natasha <http://www.natasha.cc/>Vita-More
Cultural Strategist - Designer
Future Studies, University of Houston
President, <http://www.extropy.org/>Extropy Institute
Member, <http://www.profuturists.com/>Association of Professional Futurists
Founder, <http://www.transhumanist.biz/>Transhumanist Arts & Culture
Honorary Vice-Chair, <http://transhumanism.org/>World Transhumanist 
Senior Associate, <http://foresight.org/>Foresight Institute
Advisor, <http://alcor.org/>Alcor Life Extension Foundation

If you draw a circle in the sand and study only what's inside the circle, 
then that is a closed-system perspective. If you study what is inside the 
circle and everything outside the circle, then that is an open system 
Buckminster Fuller

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