5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Nothing new here.,
By A Customer
This review is from: Web Navigation: Designing the User Experience (Learn by example) (Paperback)
I bought the book with hopes it would shed some new light on web site navigation and the approach to designing sites more effectively, going beyond the obvious rules like "no dead-end links". But in the end it I felt as though it was more an introduction to web design/navigation for those just starting to design for the web. No new information here, just more of the same, "same" meaning the same rules/guidelines you hear tossed about the web on a daily basis...like "know your audience", "use simple easy to understand navigation" and "storyboard" before you begin the design/layout. If your looking for a slightly more insightful approach, try "Information Architecture", also published by O'Reilly. Much of the Fleming's book seemed to draw from that resource anyway.
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