Working with navigation


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Working with navigation

Okay, so we're back on the original page. Let's focus on the navigation bar here. How it's located in a very traditional position. It's a horizontal navigation bar at the top of the page. But one of the first things that we notice once again is that we're not getting any feedback on the hover or the rollover here. We know that they're links, because it's at the top of the page and it looks like a navigation bar. But we could be providing some additional feedback. Before we go too far into talking about the navigation bar, let's just quickly review some best practices for navigation bars, for links and for buttons.

We've already seen that there were some problems with links in the header. Throughout the site, we want to make sure that we're using labels that help people understand where the link or button is going to go or what it's going to do. We want to make sure that we avoid being vague or ambiguous or confusing with any of the labels that we put on n...

Working with navigation
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Working with navigation provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by David Hogue as part of the Applied Interaction Design

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