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* 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.
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* On some [[User Agent]], like a [[Browser]] or email program 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.
 
* 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.
 
* 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.

Revision as of 10:15, 10 September 2022

Full Title or Meme

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

Context

  • This page is about the user receiving an presentation to engage with a site different than the one to which they navigated.
  • This page does not address any actions on a web site where the user is already actively engaged.

User Expectation

The user in on email or social media and sees a presentation to click on a link. What should the user expect?

  1. They don't need to be educated about the technical problems with the technology in their hands.
  2. The integrity of the user's device is not impacted.
  3. There is no monetary penalty other than that which is clearly explained.
  4. Any continuing relationship between the user and the web service is clearly explained.

Current Experience

  • On some User Agent, like a Browser or email program 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.

References