Posts Tagged: Navigation

Sitemap Menus = Ribbon Navigation

In a previous post, I pointed out a trend in navigation to provide a broad, flat menu of options extending from the top-level category options of a site in a layer of some kind. I called this a Sitemap Menu

Sitemap Menus = Ribbon Navigation

In a previous post, I pointed out a trend in navigation to provide a broad, flat menu of options extending from the top-level category options of a site in a layer of some kind. I called this a Sitemap Menu

Two Workshops in May (Hamburg) – IA and Navigation

I’m giving two all-day workshops on IA and Navigation here in Hamburg in May. The workshops are being organized and sponsored by Karen Lindemann of Netflow. See the details on Netflow’s site (in German only). Registration is now open. The

Two Workshops in May (Hamburg) – IA and Navigation

I’m giving two all-day workshops on IA and Navigation here in Hamburg in May. The workshops are being organized and sponsored by Karen Lindemann of Netflow. See the details on Netflow’s site (in German only). Registration is now open. The

GoLexa Search Engine

Just came across GoLexa. The interesting thing about this is the search results. They provide quite a bit of context, including links to bookmarking sites, page data, page previews, etc. And there are also plenty of other tools, like direct

GoLexa Search Engine

Just came across GoLexa. The interesting thing about this is the search results. They provide quite a bit of context, including links to bookmarking sites, page data, page previews, etc. And there are also plenty of other tools, like direct

Euro IA 2007 – Navigating the Long Tail

I’d like to post some thoughts about presentations I saw at the Euro IA 2007 Conference. Already mentioned Are’s presentation. Here’s a summary of mine, which is essentially the last slide in my presentation (available on SlideShare) that sums everything

Euro IA 2007 – Navigating the Long Tail

I’d like to post some thoughts about presentations I saw at the Euro IA 2007 Conference. Already mentioned Are’s presentation. Here’s a summary of mine, which is essentially the last slide in my presentation (available on SlideShare) that sums everything