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Let`s not overdo graphics or content
By: Deepak Sharma
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    Do not get carried over by buzz words: Mantras that claim to be build on web design wisdom come up every now and then, and people get flamboyant instantly to try their hands.There is plenty of them as of now which have engaged the fascination of webmasters. These mantras are often mutually contradictory, lack pragmatic perspective, and thrive on one extreme or the other.

    To bring home the point, let's take two of the most prominent magic formulas that have influenced the finer points of web design. One of them is the catchy line "Content is king" and other "Good web design is in the graphics" and they both unfortunately place greater importance to their buzz words than what is critically warranted or optimally desired.

    Like other things in life, balancing act between these two pole apart notions is what is called for, while carving a niche in web design.

    Is content really the king? No. Not without graphics

    The proponent of the adage "Content is king" basically negate the possibility of graphics in the web design. Well, their concerns are understandable. It is pretty true that graphics and animations take a longer while to load, and users might not bother to wait that long. The chances of users being turned off are there, but definitely it is an apprehension blown out of proportions.

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