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There's is a lot of research around that explains the way a reader's eyes naturally flow when reading, so you may find some of that useful. For example, you may get some insight from: http://vanseodesign.com/web-design/3-design-layouts/ How much of that applies to a User Interface is always open to debate. Your question doesn't specify whether you're ...


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There are serious usability flaws in the placement of your buttons that none of these answers address. Your Next and Previous buttons are too close together. Users can click one when they mean the other on accident. You should use directional mapping and place the next button to the right. This is what users expect and are used to when they paginate and it ...


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Your concern is warranted. The right hand column is often filled with ads, so users have been trained to ignore the right hand column. This also agrees with the widely cited empirical data that shows that users typical scan a page in an 'F pattern.' The following article by the Neilson Norman Group (a reputable authority on usability) gives some pointers on ...



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