Organizing Content User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
Literature on Organizing Content
Split the Contents of a Website with the Pagination Design Pattern
The pagination design pattern is widely used in websites that open up a lot of content to users. From search engines such as Google and Firefox, to e-commerce sites such as Amazon and Asos—the use of pagination is very, very broad. And although it seems straightforward, implementing pagination in the right way has some very specific points that ...
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- 4 months ago
Search for Items with Scrolling Lists, Archive Lists or List Inlays
Even if you’re not the to-do list maniac like some of us, lists are a great way to deliver content to your users. A list allows them to navigate quickly to the section of content that is most relevant to them, while maintaining an overview of the entire body of information that is accessible. It also helps them understand the logic of the conten...
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- 7 months ago
Embrace the Mental Models of Users by Implementing Tabs
Users of all ages will still remember the tabbed file folders people used to bring order into a vast amount of information and make it super simple to find what they were looking for. If you’re trying to design a good way to prevent your users from having to search for a needle in a haystack every time, the tabbed user interface is just what you...
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- 7 months ago
Display Contents the Classic Way with Dropdown Menus
The dropdown menu goes all the way back to the Start menu of the most classic Microsoft Windows versions. Now, you can find it nearly everywhere: from newspaper websites to online shops, and from graphic design applications to text-editing software. It has helped users time and time again to access sections of content, and if you’re looking for ...
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- 8 months ago