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Tag: Navigation Design

  • User-Centered Design Process Map
    The user-centered design process is composed of several methods and tasks related to website development. The type of site you are developing, your requirements, team, timeline, and the...
  • Information Architecture
    Information architecture (IA) focuses on organizing, structuring, and labeling content in an effective and sustainable way.  The goal is to help users find information and complete tasks. ...
  • Interaction Design
    Interaction design focuses on creating engaging interfaces with well thought out behaviors. Understanding how users and technology communicate with each other is fundamental to this field....
  • Card Sorting
    Card sorting is a method used to help design or evaluate the information architecture of a site. In a card sorting session, participants organize topics into categories that make sense to...
  • Organization Schemes
    Organization schemes have to do with how you are going to categorize your content and the various ways you'll create relationships between each piece. Most content can be categorized in...
  • Organization Structures
    An organizational structure is how you define the relationships between pieces of content. Successful structures allow users to predict where they will find information on the site. It’s...
  • Organizing Content on Web Sites
    Create an information architecture that represents your content and label the links to make that content easy to find.
  • Breadcrumb Navigation
    Breadcrumbs are designed to allow visitors to quickly navigate a site by providing a trail. They help users develop mental models of the site structure as well.
  • Navigation: Left is Best
    Learn about which location for navigation is best to help users access subsequent content pages.
  • Should All Links be Underlined?
    Links are the primary means by which users navigate Web sites. If users do not notice, or do not think that links are clickable, they may not use the links.  Learn about the best practices...