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There are different ways to do this, different approaches and different techniques. It's also very important to define a multidimensional threshold for different quantitative and qualitative measures, since not all of the aspects you want to track are the same, not all of them are measured equally (and certainly not using the same tools), and like you say, ...


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As other users have pointed out, under most circumstances, this behaviour is not suitable for web content. So when would you use this style of navigation? When you have limited content that should be viewed sequentially and You're dealing with a fixed (or easily controlled) viewing screen dimensions and User would not use mouse scrolling as primary ...


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There's an old UX tenet about leaving the user in control. The second link you posted, the one page scroll link, takes control away from the user. On top of that it hijacks normal/expected browser behavior. Without knowing the specific details of this particular site and use case I can't say it's good or bad but based on what I wrote above I'd say it's ...


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Scrolling pattern and navigation largely depends on the information architecture and content strategy of your website. The page scroll UI pattern has been largely used to showcase features of a product and I think it has been misused in this way. In most cases, the features are not peers but are related/dependent on each other. It seems page section ...



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