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For questions about the mechanisms you can use to help people find their way around your application or web site.

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Update: After some experimenting I have decided to proceed with the following solution: (Above this appears a summary of the challenge, below is tab contents) Some of the reasons I think this works …
answered Jul 2 '12 by Jay
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tabs, however I wonder whether there is a nicer way. Perhaps something that visually represents the situation. What navigation approach can you recommend for this scenario? …
asked Jun 27 '12 by Jay
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From what I understand, if it is functioning as a navigation then it strictly isn't a ribbon (as this is Microsoft's way of organising commands into tabbed functional groups). If it is functioning … as a navigation then I initially imagined a Mega dropdown. However Mint.com takes a slightly different approach that is worth a look. The 'Ways to save' tab has a list of actions split by type (in …
answered Jun 26 '12 by Jay
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I would have the back button. It establishes the navigation pattern. It is a familiar term and would also be easy to find quickly in that location. i.e. Not too far away from where their focus would …
answered Jun 15 '12 by Jay
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Yes you will need to be aware of the 'cost' of pagination. Both technical and user friendliness terms. My advice: 1) Make the search function as effective as possible so that it likely to return us …
answered Jun 19 '12 by Jay