Category Archives: Books

Designing Web Navigation in Polish

I’m just back from the Euro IA conference in Amsterdam. More on that later. Seems the Designing Web Navigation has been translated to Polish–unbeknowst to me–under the title Projektowanie nawigacji strony WWW. Optymalizacja funkcjonalności witryny. Advertisements

Designing Web Navigation in Polish

I’m just back from the Euro IA conference in Amsterdam. More on that later. Seems the Designing Web Navigation has been translated to Polish–unbeknowst to me–under the title Projektowanie nawigacji strony WWW. Optymalizacja funkcjonalności witryny.

Handbuch der Webnavigation – Interview

O’Reilly Germany just published an interview with me about Handbuch der Webnavigation, the German title for Desiging Web Navigation. It’s in German, of course. Thanks to Volker Bombien for making that happen.

Handbuch der Webnavigation – Interview

O’Reilly Germany just published an interview with me about Handbuch der Webnavigation, the German title for Desiging Web Navigation. It’s in German, of course. Thanks to Volker Bombien for making that happen.

Navigation Design Workshop in New York

I’m happy to announce that I’ll be giving a workshop on the topic of navigation design in New York City in November: Web Navigation Design Tuesday, November 25 9:00 am-5:00 pm Here’s the short description of the class: Optimizing the

Navigation Design Workshop in New York

I’m happy to announce that I’ll be giving a workshop on the topic of navigation design in New York City in November: Web Navigation Design Tuesday, November 25 9:00 am-5:00 pm Here’s the short description of the class: Optimizing the

Designing Web Navigation in Electronic Format

O’Reilly just annouced the distribution of 30 titles in e-book format. Designing Web Navigation is among them. I don’t have a copy yet, but am really interesting in seenig how it looks as an e-book. Also, for reason I couldn’t

Designing Web Navigation in Electronic Format

O’Reilly just annouced the distribution of 30 titles in e-book format. Designing Web Navigation is among them. I don’t have a copy yet, but am really interesting in seenig how it looks as an e-book. Also, for reason I couldn’t

Designing Web Navigation auf deutsch

Designing Web Navigation is now available in German under the name Handbuch der Web-Navigation.  Apart from a different cover (without an O’Reilly animal) and a few updated screenshots, the content and flow of the book is the same. Thanks to

Designing Web Navigation auf deutsch

Designing Web Navigation is now available in German under the name Handbuch der Web-Navigation.  Apart from a different cover (without an O’Reilly animal) and a few updated screenshots, the content and flow of the book is the same. Thanks to

The Taxonomy and Folksonomy Cookbook

Daniela Barbosa put together The Taxonomy and Folksonomy Cookbook, which available as a free download. It’s fairly basic, but makes some really good arguments and points about taxonomies and folksonomies. The writing is direct and very accessible–more for non-professionals. But

The Taxonomy and Folksonomy Cookbook

Daniela Barbosa put together The Taxonomy and Folksonomy Cookbook, which available as a free download. It’s fairly basic, but makes some really good arguments and points about taxonomies and folksonomies. The writing is direct and very accessible–more for non-professionals. But

People Notice More When Browsing

There is an interesting study from the folks at SURL this month. See “Eye Movement Patterns on Single and Dual-Column Web Pages” by Sav Shrestha & Justin W. Owens. The focus of the study is on eye fixation patterns of

People Notice More When Browsing

There is an interesting study from the folks at SURL this month. See “Eye Movement Patterns on Single and Dual-Column Web Pages” by Sav Shrestha & Justin W. Owens. The focus of the study is on eye fixation patterns of