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Users do not like change. Even when the change is objectively superior from an UX perspective, the human resistance to change habits will result in them finding it subjectively worse. So when you already have a userbase you are developing the new application for, it is not a bad idea at all to follow the UI conventions they are used to instead of following ...


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For the life of me I can't understand why some people are so blindly afraid of change--it smacks of lacking confidence in your own abilities. I watched a show last night on Yosemite National Park and it was remarked that from 1940 through the late 1990's not a single new Sequoia tree sprouted. It was discovered that the reason why was that there was a ...


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I answered a similar question (which I don't think is a duplicate). My answer has some good, practical tips on taming a WebForms application. For you, I would recommend creating a Test project in Visual Studio. Utilize SpecFlow and Coded UI Tests, Selenium or Watin, then test the crap out of the site. Once you've got the site pretty well covered with tests, ...



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