Category Archives: Designing Web Navigation

Liquid Information Navigation – A New Paradigm?

In Chapter 1 of Design Web Navigation, I consider the fundamental need for web navigation. I question: People don’t particularly want to navigate and risk getting lost. They come to a site to get answers or accomplish a task. As

Liquid Information Navigation – A New Paradigm?

In Chapter 1 of Design Web Navigation, I consider the fundamental need for web navigation. I question: People don’t particularly want to navigate and risk getting lost. They come to a site to get answers or accomplish a task. As

Bad Navigation – #1 Usability Sin

(via Usability News): Neil Walker has a brief article over at Net Imperative called The Seven Sins of Usability. The number 1 sin: Inconsistent and confusing site navigation He writes: Effective site navigation is important from the outset of a

Bad Navigation – #1 Usability Sin

(via Usability News): Neil Walker has a brief article over at Net Imperative called The Seven Sins of Usability. The number 1 sin: Inconsistent and confusing site navigation He writes: Effective site navigation is important from the outset of a

Design de Navegação Web – DWN in Portuguese

Got an unexpected package this morning: a copy of Design de Navegação Web, the Portuguese translation of Designing Web Navigation.

Design de Navegação Web – DWN in Portuguese

Got an unexpected package this morning: a copy of Design de Navegação Web, the Portuguese translation of Designing Web Navigation.

Emotions and Design – Mood Maps

via Steve Baty, I came across a post by Will Evans called Design Ethnography & Mood Maps. He touches on two of my favorite topics at the moment: ethnography and emotions in design. In particular, Will introduces the concepts of

Emotions and Design – Mood Maps

via Steve Baty, I came across a post by Will Evans called Design Ethnography & Mood Maps. He touches on two of my favorite topics at the moment: ethnography and emotions in design. In particular, Will introduces the concepts of

20 User Experience Books You Should Own

UX By Design has a list of 20 UX books they feel every designer should own. See their post 20 User Experience Books You Should Own. Designing Web Navigation is #4 on the list. I’m not sure if this is

20 User Experience Books You Should Own

UX By Design has a list of 20 UX books they feel every designer should own. See their post 20 User Experience Books You Should Own. Designing Web Navigation is #4 on the list. I’m not sure if this is

Breaking The Rules of Web Design

via The Hot Strudel… Interesting article over at Web Designer Depot called “10 Web Design Rules You Can Break.” The examples are quite interesting and inspiring. Horizontal scrolling and mystery meat navigation? Why not! I disagree with the fundamental premise

Breaking The Rules of Web Design

via The Hot Strudel… Interesting article over at Web Designer Depot called “10 Web Design Rules You Can Break.” The examples are quite interesting and inspiring. Horizontal scrolling and mystery meat navigation? Why not! I disagree with the fundamental premise

Designing Web Navigation – In Chinese!

Just after I got the Japanese edition of my book, I learned that it’s also available in Chinese. Apparently it’s been out since March 2009, but I didn’t even know they were working on a translation of it. This is

Designing Web Navigation – In Chinese!

Just after I got the Japanese edition of my book, I learned that it’s also available in Chinese. Apparently it’s been out since March 2009, but I didn’t even know they were working on a translation of it. This is