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Usability and Navigation: How to Make it Work
By: Natasha Chernyavskaya
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    2007-07-15

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  • Usability and Navigation: How to Make it Work
  • First put all...
  • It's a good...
  • However, the size...
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    Unfortunately, there are many websites that may not be considered usable and push off lots of potential customers just because it's hard to find a menu, or a product price list, or to navigate through different sections.These looking little gaps sometimes turn out to be really critical, especially for small businesses, and have no right to remain unfixed. It's great if you have worked hard on functionality, but what's the use of it if no one will like to work with the site because it's inconvenient or ugly? Any web project has to be well optimized for search engines and on the other hand it has to be very simple to navigate, clear and easy to use.

    Following tips will let you know what to look at when you are testing your website for usability. It's very important that you use a smart usability approach in developing of your website before at the time of composing a technical requirements.

    Content

    I believe that work with any project starts with content. Content defines a web site structure, and the structure defines the way a web site will be navigated. Clear and simple navigation requires certain graphic and technical solutions. Content always shows the most efficient path to building a project.

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