Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Usability Practice Cognitive View: Strategies For Designing Application Navigation

THE COGNITIVE VIEW

Getting the navigation right is one of the most important aspects of design. Navigation is the framework within which screens, interaction, and the visual appearance are designed. The most basic axiom of usability is that one should make interaction with the software as easy as possible, allowing users to focus on the tasks that brought them to the software in the first place. To the extent that navigation is confusing and requires the user's attention to figure it out, usability will suffer.

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