May 23rd, 2006
Is your web site chaos? Do users have trouble finding their content? We often hear from designers that they have hundreds or thousands of pages, completely without organization or structure. Putting the customer at the very heart of the design process is easy to talk about but incredibly difficult to do well.
This week’s UIEtips article, written by Gerry McGovern, deals with creating a web navigation that successfully helps users move forward through your site. In the article, Gerry discusses how your site’s navigation should focus on keeping users going in the direction they have chosen.
We’re also very excited that Gerry will once again be presenting at the User Interface 11 Conference this October. Gerry is the expert we turn to about content management issues. He has spent the last ten years consulting exclusively on issues pertaining to information architecture and content management systems. Gerry’s seminar is always one of our highest rated sessions, so I highly recommend you check it out.
If you’re thinking about Gerry’s seminar (or any of the other great sessions at User Interface 11), you definitely want to sign up by June 20th to take advantage of the great pricing we now have — plus receive a free set of the conference proceedings.
What navigation approaches do you use in your organization? We’d love to know.
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