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the location in time or space of a control or element, position is often controlled to imply meaning or emphasis for an item.

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While @Joel is right regarding the historical perspective, I believe there's more logic in OK on the left. The logic is this - the flow of information is top to bottom, left to right (for LTR language …
answered Jun 28 '11 by Vitaly Mijiritsky
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Normally, a menu is not a call-to-action element, it doesn't need to catch the users' attention. It needs to be visible and usable, so that a user who already wishes to use the menu can quickly locate …
answered Apr 13 '12 by Vitaly Mijiritsky
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Well, you're trying to come up with a location which would be prominent to one group of users, and invisible to another group of users - but you have no way of knowing which group the current user bel …
answered Feb 11 '12 by Vitaly Mijiritsky
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this I'd position a vertical bar along the right side of the screen, like a sidebar. The other is to provide a keyboard shortcut, which may be faster than the mouse in some settings. For this I'd …
answered Dec 23 '12 by Vitaly Mijiritsky
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This may sound surprising, but there is no fixed header on Google+. Google+ has an outer "shell" within which you see your feed in a scrollable area. The shell has an equal width above and to the left …
answered May 7 '12 by Vitaly Mijiritsky
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The problem is that you have four levels of navigation and you're going to fit in a fifth level, and you use a separate control for each one. You need to combine at least two levels, and it will look …
answered Feb 19 '12 by Vitaly Mijiritsky