Week 4 Checkpoint-Navigation

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Running head: NAVIGATION 1 Navigation Stephen D, James IT/236 March 9, 2011 University of Phoenix (Axia College
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NAVIGATION 2 Navigation Navigation refers to how a user will get to where they want on a website. The user should not have to look all over a Web site to find the link that will bring them to where the specific information that they want is. A user should be able to find a link that they are looking for without ease and quickly; the link should take them directly to what they are looking for and what they want. If a user needs to search all over the homepage to understand the layout, chances are the user will give up due to being frustrated and they will leave the site without getting what they want or the message that the owner of the site is trying to get to everyone. If navigation is easy for the user and they do not have to search all over the page or think about it; the odds are greatly increased that the user will come back to the site in the future, they will also recommend other users to the Web site which will end up making your Web site a success. Once the layout is decided, it is important to keep it consistent throughout the site. If the
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course IT/236 2 taught by Professor Valeriashapko during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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