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Providing Meaningful Contextual Navigation: Sticky Gets Sophisticated

When we are working on large sites, our clients tend to focus on the site’s home page and the site’s “look-and-feel” — the selection and arrangement of colors, imagery and type. That stuff is important, but as important for us … Continue reading

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Newspapers and Serendipity

I’ve written about The New York Times’ attempts to create online the serendipitous experience of leafing through a newspaper. Paging through a newspaper allows you to come across things you weren’t necessarily looking for. Some of that experience seems to … Continue reading

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Navigation Design as an Opportunity for Creative Expression

One of the challenges of working with traditional designers who haven’t worked in interactive is balancing aesthetics and usability. Ideally they achieve both, but it takes a solid grounding in interactive design and usability to know how. Here’s a list … Continue reading

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