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Left-hand navigation bar

The first "yellow fever" in Web design picked up a Web site CNET (somewhere in 1996), and since then the disease has infected a number of sites that had become almost inviolable rule: each site is now along the left side of the page stretches down color strip on which are the main navigation links.

I never liked this approach in the design, because the colored stripe is approximately 20% of the screen even after the user scroll down and navigation links flee for top of the page. For users of Web navigation - secondary, the main thing for them - the content, information.

Most interesting is that a site CNET recovered from yellow fever in 1999, and now uses a design in which the navigation links are concentrated at the top. This ensures that all the remaining space on the screen under the given contents of the site. Their new design I like much more.

However, it remains in the network are still many sites that use a colored stripe navigation. And I see this strip as a well-established tradition: users know what to do with the strip, which extends upward along the left edge of the page. Maybe she and wasting precious pixels of the screen, but users it may help.

It is absolutely clear two things: navigation line should have a background color to stand out from the rest of the content, and that it should be on the left side of the page. There are several reasons why it would be better if the line of navigation was on the right side of the page:

* Fitts Law states that the smaller accounts to move the mouse, the better: click turns much faster, if between the target and the current position of the mouse a short distance. Thus, with its line of navigation next to the scroll bar Prevent disabling the user from throwing on the screen from side to side between the two most used areas. * When a user creates a new front page, it always looks first to the page content, so it would be better if the content is started from the left edge of the window (it's customary for those accustomed to reading from left to right). Once the user is finished with content, his eyes naturally move to the right to decide where to go next. Conversely, if left on the page is the navigation strip, the user is required to jump through her eyes, before he begins to view the content page.

If the Web was designed from scratch today, we could improve the usability of the site by about 1%, putting the line of navigation on the right page, not the left. However, the deviation from the accepted standard is now almost always lead to a deterioration of the convenience of the site, since such a design would be unusual, making it more difficult navigation.

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