Woah. People really USE the scroll bar. This is like turning a major preconception about web page design on it’s head. Read this detailed and well-presented story from AOL’s Director of UI, exploring when, and whether, the old concept of the “fold” on web pages (taken from the old newsstand analogy) really matters.
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View from the WebEx window by J. Au... More great photos from Johnny at: http://jau.smugmug.com/