Category Archives: Navigation

Faceted Navigation: Layout and Display of Facets

This is part of a series of posts on faceted navigation design. Previous related posts include “Showing More Values Part 1” and “Part 2.” Also look out for posts written after this one. Overall, my interest in faceted navigation stems

Faceted Navigation: Layout and Display of Facets

This is part of a series of posts on faceted navigation design. Previous related posts include “Showing More Values Part 1” and “Part 2.” Also look out for posts written after this one. Overall, my interest in faceted navigation stems

Faceted Navigation: Showing More Values

My workshop on faceted Navigation Design in Cologne at the IA Konferenz 2010 was a success, from my perspective. It really got me thinking about the details of design solutions and ways to structure discussion around very specific aspects of

Faceted Navigation: Showing More Values

My workshop on faceted Navigation Design in Cologne at the IA Konferenz 2010 was a success, from my perspective. It really got me thinking about the details of design solutions and ways to structure discussion around very specific aspects of

Faceted Navigation: Integrated Faceted Breadcrumbs (IFB), by Greg Nudelman

In preparation for my workshop on faceted navigation at the IA Konferenz 2010 in Cologne this past weekend, I’ve been thinking about faceted navigation quite a bit recently. In particular, I’ve been considering ways to explain and teach the subject

Faceted Navigation: Integrated Faceted Breadcrumbs (IFB), by Greg Nudelman

In preparation for my workshop on faceted navigation at the IA Konferenz 2010 in Cologne this past weekend, I’ve been thinking about faceted navigation quite a bit recently. In particular, I’ve been considering ways to explain and teach the subject

Browse Is The New Black

Search, search, search. Everyone is talking about search these days. Bing, semantic search, site search. That’s all you hear. Don’t get me wrong: search is wildly important to our daily experiences on the web. I’ve written a bit on search

Browse Is The New Black

Search, search, search. Everyone is talking about search these days. Bing, semantic search, site search. That’s all you hear. Don’t get me wrong: search is wildly important to our daily experiences on the web. I’ve written a bit on search

Breadcrumb Navigation continued…

I recently posted about breadcrumb trails. In a nutshell, breadcrumb trails have gotten a bad rap because, as navigation mechanisms, they aren’t really used that much. At least that’s what some studies have shown. But we’re starting to see a

Breadcrumb Navigation continued…

I recently posted about breadcrumb trails. In a nutshell, breadcrumb trails have gotten a bad rap because, as navigation mechanisms, they aren’t really used that much. At least that’s what some studies have shown. But we’re starting to see a

Pivot from Live Labs

Pivot is a new project from Microsoft Live Labs that looks very promising. It’s a system and interface for displaying and filtering large sets of information. From the Pivot website: “Pivot makes it easier to interact with massive amounts of

Pivot from Live Labs

Pivot is a new project from Microsoft Live Labs that looks very promising. It’s a system and interface for displaying and filtering large sets of information. From the Pivot website: “Pivot makes it easier to interact with massive amounts of

Breadcrumb Navigation

Seeing Breadcrumb Navigation Examined (via The Hot Strudel) reminded me that I’d been meaning to write a post about breadcrumb trails for a while now. The post contains a quite survey of various uses of breadcrumbs. It’s worth a peek. First of

Breadcrumb Navigation

Seeing Breadcrumb Navigation Examined (via The Hot Strudel) reminded me that I’d been meaning to write a post about breadcrumb trails for a while now. The post contains a quite survey of various uses of breadcrumbs. It’s worth a peek. First of