Archive for 'Navigation'
Most are familiar with tabs found in files and folders. But tabs are also a metaphorical way for users to navigate through content. A tab navigation should function and behaves like real tabs.Read more »
Infinite scrolling is a trending user interface technique popping up on many websites. It allows users to browse content without having to click on a pagination link and waiting for a new page to load.Read more »
When you put too much content on your pages, users can easily get overwhelmed. To avoid this, most sites use a numerical pagination to divide content across different pages.Read more »
Many websites have a common habit of using vertical bars in their link navigations. The purpose of using vertical bars is to visually separate each navigation link.Read more »
Which is better for users, a top or left navigation? Web designers have debated this issue for a long time. Many have drawn their own conclusions, but others have mixed feelings.Read more »
Most websites with large navigation menus overwhelm users by showing them too many items at once. This happens when the user opens a dropdown menu in the navigation.Read more »
There’s a new Digg design and everyone wants to give their opinion about it. Some users like it, some hate it, but for me, I am more interested in what we can learn from the their new user interface.Read more »