Tag: navigation

Two hurdles web designers face when designing web sites are how to setup the information architecture and from there, create easy to understand navigation. Hopefully, an easy to understand navigation scheme also means easy to use. But, should we really have to THINK about navigation? I don’t want to. I want to be able to scan words that tell me where I am, where to go, what happens when I get there, and why I should take a few extraRead more…

User friendly navigation, especially drop down menus, sometimes have usability issues. Here’s a nice article for designing drop down menus. E-commerce drop-down menus: examples and best practices Drop-down menus are a valuable navigational tool for e-commerce and other sites. There are potential usability issues, but a well designed drop-down will help customers to navigate more quickly and effectively. In this post, I’ll look at some of the pros and cons of drop-downs, mega drop-downs, as well as some examples andRead more…