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Page Design Guidelines for Improving World Wide Web Navigation

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Page Design Guidelines for Improving World Wide Web Navigation
Navigation is one of the most critical aspects of browsing pages in the World Wide Web. Users spend a significant amount of time moving from page to page in search of the desired information. The poor usability of Web pages and lack of good navigation tools wastes user time, increases the Internet traffic, and contributes to the user's frustration. This research studies and evaluates three page design practices that can potentially improve the navigation on a Web site. These practices are: the selection of appropriate link names, the adoption of and index of links to pages or topics, and the use of navigation buttons.
Néstor J. Rodríguez, José A.
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Type Conference
Year 1997
Where HCI
Authors Néstor J. Rodríguez, José A. Borges, Israel Morales
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