While writing the previous blog entries, I ran into this inspiring article about the Transaction Model for kids.
So as we all know websites like Amazon or eBay are switching their contents displayed for every user based on information they aquired while the user was browsing the page.
So what happens, if we apply this to an Web2.0 application: The longer the user is using the web app the more “professional” look and feel he will get provided, making his clicks more precisious and bringing him faster towards the desired results. In parallel the user just registered, will see an very simple and intuitive interface guiding him through the functionality.
I’m wondering if this will work as well as it sounds or if I missed some critical aspect…
[Update] – take care that the user can influence the communication level by himself. (e.g. in Settings => display options)
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