Navigating isn’t fun

“The artless Websites created during the Web’s infancy were of necessity built only with simple HTML tags, and were forced to divide up their functionality

“The artless Websites created during the Web’s infancy were of necessity built only with simple HTML tags, and were forced to divide up their functionality and content into a maze (a web?) of separate pages. This made a navigation scheme an unavoidable component of any Website design, and of course, a clear, visually arresting navigation scheme was better than an obscure or hidden one. But many Web designers have incorrectly deduced from this that users want navigation schemes. Actually, they’d be happy if there were no navigation at all.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE