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I'm Not There (1956) writes: Jeffrey Zeldman brings up the interesting issue of paradox between Japan's strong background in simplicity and complexity of Japanese websites. The post invites you to see and a few other websites, which all are as crowded as it can get. "It is odd that in Japan, land of world-leading minimalism in the traditional arts and design, web users and skilled web design practitioners believe more is more."
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The Puzzle of Japanese Web Design

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