Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Stop Breaking The Back Button

Giles Bowkett:

Undoubtedly overkill, but the time for sacrificing basic usability to personal cleverness was the 1990s, when the Web was new and its user experience fundamentals were unknown enough to justify experimenting.

No more infinite scrolling, please. Aside from breaking the Back button, it doesn’t work well with products like Instapaper and EagleFiler.

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