via the Ajaxian, this is gorgeous. Lots of tiles on a page, and as people around the world move a tile, you can see it in real time (much better than it sounds). Even more amazing, see how quickly people engage in ‘play’ – (who stole my tiles! I was just
Exploring the nature of ethnographic inquiry, this paper suggests that “implications for design” may not be the best metric for evaluation and may, indeed, fail to capture the value of ethnographic investigations.
… navigational selection limited to either the left or right panels resulted in the best human performance and strongest user preference. ..there appears to be a performance advantage when the first selection is made from the left navigation panel …Th
Research shows that users click on topics in the right margin with much more efficiency than topics placed on the left because they are located much closer to the scroll bar. This allows users to quickly move the pointer between the scroll bar and the ind
Razorfish Germany found that RHS navigation was quickly learnable, efficient and enjoyable. They used it as a point of difference and to support ‘innovation’ in branding. Includes excellent lit. review
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