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What should the [[User Experience]] be when a user first browses to a web site?
 
What should the [[User Experience]] be when a user first browses to a web site?
  
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==User Expectation==
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* The user in on email or social media and sees an enticement to click on a link. What would the user expect?
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# The integrity of the user's device is not impacted.
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==Current Experience==
 
* On some [[User Agent]], like a [[Browser]] a user navigates to a web site, possibly by clicking on a highlighted link on another web site.
 
* On some [[User Agent]], like a [[Browser]] a user navigates to a web site, possibly by clicking on a highlighted link on another web site.
 
* Even as the web site gets cookies from the user's browser, it gets to load a program into the browser that can access any API available in the Browser.
 
* Even as the web site gets cookies from the user's browser, it gets to load a program into the browser that can access any API available in the Browser.

Revision as of 09:31, 10 September 2022

Full Title or Meme

What should the User Experience be when a user first browses to a web site?

User Expectation

  • The user in on email or social media and sees an enticement to click on a link. What would the user expect?
  1. The integrity of the user's device is not impacted.

Current Experience

  • On some User Agent, like a Browser a user navigates to a web site, possibly by clicking on a highlighted link on another web site.
  • Even as the web site gets cookies from the user's browser, it gets to load a program into the browser that can access any API available in the Browser.
  • That seems like a lot of information given to a web site that was just happened to be the target of a link on some other site.

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