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Post By: member_48164Post Date:   2008-09-28 17:53:41
name: Ashly
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"Anyone have stats about the amount of white space a site has in relation to return visits and amount of time spent at sites w/more white space?"
Post By: www.YourAvon.com/SondraCarpenterPost Date:   2017-03-03 14:00:21
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No stats but balance is important. Too much white space can be boring, but too little can be cluttered and hard for visitors to read.

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the less you have the better... unless you can find someone who has run extensive tests with the amount of white space on a page vs number of visitors sent to the site and retention (bounce rate). it just makes sense that you would want to "sell" your customer in the top fold - be it a product, idea, or information ... best of luck to you.

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Post By: member_183348Post Date:   2008-10-01 03:11:42
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I have no stats but have fairly extensive graphic design and desktop publishing experience. I can tell you that insufficient white space makes your publication - whether a magazine, a newsletter, a blog, a website, etc., will make your publication look cluttered and unappealing and will fail to draw the reader's attention to where you want it.

With that in mind, I do encourage you to use that principle as a guide. You can rely on it. It's one of the first lessons of layout.

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