Basics of Navigation

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Basics of Navigation 1 Basics of Navigation Basics of Navigation Sonja Saltzgiver Axia College of University of Phoenix
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Basics of Navigation 2 Navigation of any site is extremely important. Having the ability to travel with ease through a site will benefit the company and the customer. There are many types of navigation for the developer to choose from; text, picture, icon, and links. (Skylar, 2009)I will address these points with the development of my site. For my site, I plan to have clear and concise navigation buttons. This will allow the user to navigate freely from one page to another without frustration. The buttons will run down the side of every page. This will allow freedom to go to any page from anywhere on the site. I believe that this is very important so that the user does not feel trapped by site restriction. The buttons will glow or illuminate when hovered over. I want the user to know where they are going and to be able to change their mind if they are hovering over an area they do not wish to go. The challenge is to design a button that will be pleasing to the eye, yet functional for the
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2010 for the course IT IT236 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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