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Web Navigation: Designing the User Experience

  title={Web Navigation: Designing the User Experience},
  author={Jennifer Fleming},
Foreword. Preface. 1 Getting Started Movement in space Understanding the user experience Putting yourself in users' shoes Recap 2 Ten Qualities of Successful Navigation Principles of successful navigation Recap 3 Designing for Users Defining your audience Moving toward user-centered design Getting started with user testing Recap 4 Site Architecture The quest for order Organization defines content Building your infrastructure A closer look at process Recap 5 Interface and Interaction Design… Expand

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