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Navigation Design: Patterns & Examples

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When designing navigation for a web page, designers should ensure that the home page can be reached from which page?

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1. In good navigation, what is the maximum recommended number of clicks required to reach a desired web page within a website?

2. You are practicing good navigation design principles by separating prospective content into blocks on your website. Each identified block must have a/an:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

What should be the highest number of clicks required to reach a desired web page? See if you know the answer to this question by completing the quiz. You'll also need to know about the impact of ineffective web page navigation.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Confirm your knowledge of the following with this assessment:

  • Page from which navigation should allow access to the home page
  • Maximum number of clicks it should take to reach a desired web page
  • What each block used to navigate a website should have
  • Positioning of the most critical options in a navigation sequence
  • Impact of web pages with ineffective navigation

Skills Practiced

  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about what each block used to navigate a website should have in a different light
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding positioning of the most critical options in a navigation sequence
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the impact of ineffective web page navigation

Additional Learning

Get even more information about this topic by reviewing the related lesson titled Navigation Design: Patterns & Examples. Here's a snapshot of what the lesson covers:

  • Aspects of good navigation
  • Limiting hyperlinks
  • Maintaining consistency among pages
  • Hyperlinks vs. buttons
  • Poor navigation labeling
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