Full day training course offered at Usability Week San Francisco

Information Architecture Day 2: Navigation

Menu Styles and UI Components for Effective Navigation

Usable navigation allows users to seamlessly move throughout your website or application. To create an effective and extensible navigation system, you must understand the possible navigation components and styles that support both your business needs and your users’ tasks and capabilities.

In this seminar, we’ll explore a broad range of specific navigation components and menu styles and give you the tools you need to make informed navigation design decisions.

Attendee Feedback

"It is a great condensed class that focuses on the relationship between IA and navigation. Very helpful." 
"Get clarity and confirm how to use elements in web pages to get where you need." 
"The content of the course provided structure to development and design. The combo of theories and examples are really useful."

Companion Course

Information Architecture Day 1: Structure is a companion course to Information Architecture Day 2: Navigation. Each course can be taken independently. Information Architecture Day 1: Structure covers:

  • How to structure and organize your site...before delving into design
  • Choosing hierarchy models, organizational schemes, label names
  • Dealing with metadata, taxonomy and search 
  • Methods for designing, documenting, and evaluating your IA

Instructor

Katie Sherwin

Katie Sherwin is a User Experience Specialist with Nielsen Norman Group. She specializes in helping organizations utilize principles of user-centered design and strategic communication to achieve their goals. Read more about Katie