Category Archives: Navigation

Master Mobile Navigation – Position Is Everything

I was very fortunate to have standards expert Aaron Gustafson as a techical reviewer of my book, Designing Web Navigation. He recently ran a piece in .NET magazine called “Master Mobile Navigation,” and he asked me to contribute a sidebar

Master Mobile Navigation – Position Is Everything

I was very fortunate to have standards expert Aaron Gustafson as a techical reviewer of my book, Designing Web Navigation. He recently ran a piece in .NET magazine called “Master Mobile Navigation,” and he asked me to contribute a sidebar

Faceted Navigation: Displaying and Forecasting Magnitude

One of the advantages of the prevailing model of faceted filtering on the web is the display of magnitude, or the size of the resulting set of items after selecting a filter value. You’ve seen this already: I’m talking about the

Faceted Navigation: Displaying and Forecasting Magnitude

One of the advantages of the prevailing model of faceted filtering on the web is the display of magnitude, or the size of the resulting set of items after selecting a filter value. You’ve seen this already: I’m talking about the

WORKSHOP: Web Navigation and Faceted Search Design – Saturday Oct 22 in NYC

I’m happy to announce I’ll be giving a one-day workshop on some my favorite topics in New York City: What: “Web Navigation and Faceted Search Design” When: Saturday October 22, 9:00-5:00 Where: General Assembly, 902 Broadway, NY, NY, 10010 General Assembly is hosting

WORKSHOP: Web Navigation and Faceted Search Design – Saturday Oct 22 in NYC

I’m happy to announce I’ll be giving a one-day workshop on some my favorite topics in New York City: What: “Web Navigation and Faceted Search Design” When: Saturday October 22, 9:00-5:00 Where: General Assembly, 902 Broadway, NY, NY, 10010 General Assembly is hosting

Docking Navigation Bars – Web Navigation Trend

I a previous post I pointed to a recent trend of having a static navigation bar at the bottom of the page–the static footer bar. This navigation mechanism is usually a type of utility navigation or tool bar of sorts.

Docking Navigation Bars – Web Navigation Trend

I a previous post I pointed to a recent trend of having a static navigation bar at the bottom of the page–the static footer bar. This navigation mechanism is usually a type of utility navigation or tool bar of sorts.

Human Computer Information Retrieval (HCIR) Workshop at HCI 2011

I’m honored to be on the organizing team for the first European workshop on HCIR at the HCI 2011 conference in Newcastle on July 4. See the workshop website for more details. We are looking for submissions from industry professionals, as

Human Computer Information Retrieval (HCIR) Workshop at HCI 2011

I’m honored to be on the organizing team for the first European workshop on HCIR at the HCI 2011 conference in Newcastle on July 4. See the workshop website for more details. We are looking for submissions from industry professionals, as

Scroll-Activated Dynamic Menus – Web Navigation Trend

“Also known as fly-out menus, pull-down menus, or pop-up menus, dynamic menus provide quick access to navigation options. They are considered “dynamic” because visitors must interact with them before they display. After the visitor selects a navigation option with a

Scroll-Activated Dynamic Menus – Web Navigation Trend

“Also known as fly-out menus, pull-down menus, or pop-up menus, dynamic menus provide quick access to navigation options. They are considered “dynamic” because visitors must interact with them before they display. After the visitor selects a navigation option with a

Announcing Workshops In Sydney – April 28-29, 2011

Are you in OZ and want to learn about faceted search, strategic alignment diagrams, IA, navigation and more this April? I’m  delighted to announce that I’ll be giving 2 workshops in Sydney on April 28-29, 2011! See the workshop website for more

Announcing Workshops In Sydney – April 28-29, 2011

Are you in OZ and want to learn about faceted search, strategic alignment diagrams, IA, navigation and more this April? I’m  delighted to announce that I’ll be giving 2 workshops in Sydney on April 28-29, 2011! See the workshop website for more