Thursday, April 27, 2006

Site Navigation

Finding your website is one thing, but knowing what to do once you get there is quite another. In this article we will discuss the importance of website navigation and how it can make or break your site.

The aim of a web site's navigation is simply to allow users to get to the content they require. For sites that have a large number of sections and web pages (and information sites can be one of these) the navigation plan has to be properly researched and designed. You have to consider different types of visitors and simulate the most common steps they would take to find what they want on your site and the navigation plan has to optimize this movement.

The rest of the article can be found at The Great Ideazine

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Breaking News

Breaking News!

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There is one catch though, Wes is pricing the product dirt cheap to start (only $5) and the price increases in small increments every 20 minutes!

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