Information Architecture 2: Navigation Design

A session at Usability Week New York 2011

  • Garrett Goldfield

Friday 11th February, 2011

9:00am to 5:00pm (EST)

Defining a Web-based navigation system can often devolve into an opinionated game of office politics or a mad grab at the technology of the week. To ensure quality, your navigation design should be driven by a user-centered design methodology.

The best starting point for defining an effective, efficient, and extensible navigation system is to understand human behavior, the scope of navigation components and styles, your business needs, and your users’ mission-critical tasks.

In this seminar, we’ll explore navigation components and menu styles and give you the tools you need to make informed navigation design decisions.


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Director, User Experience

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Time 9:00am5:00pm EST

Date Fri 11th February 2011

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