links for 24 April 2006

Location of Global Navigation for Optimal Search Engine Indexing placing the main navigation on the right side of the page…can be effective for search engine visibility and site usability. (includes a few reasons why RHS nav can be advantageous) (tags: usability research navigation rhs-navigation) Navigation: Left is best – U.S. Department of Health and Human Services … navigational selection limited to either the left or…

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UnFundaMental: Left, Right, Top, Bottom? Consider the context for navigation

So, given recent events, I’ve decided to start a new little category on the blog (something I’ve been trying to resist). I’m calling it UnFundaMental. Yes, I know it is not really a word. This category is my attempt to encourage people to *think* about how they create their user experiences online (and elsewhere, I guess), and to discourage them from taking ‘rules’ and applying…

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welcome visitors :)

Are you a first time visitor? well then, Welcome! There’s been a few of you lately. If you’ve got a few moment, why not check out some other posts that people seem to have liked. Here’s a couple: Storytelling & Requirements Gathering (about how group talk and focus groups can be an utter waste of time) inspired by Malcolm Gladwell, The Six Species of Information…

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