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The whys, hows and whens of pagination

Posted on May 24, 2009, 16:04, in Development, User-experience | 3 Comments

Why In the most basic form, pagination is best illustrated by books: there’s a lot of content, and just expanding the sheet would too cumbersome. And then we discovered that by dividing the content into pages, and stacking them we’d get a lot of content in a handy way, and also making it pretty easy […]

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