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- Posted in jQuery
You can use these plugins to add beautiful effects and functionality in your next project. These plugins will also help you in completing your task easily.
jQuery Menu and Navigation
Collapsing Site Navigation with jQuery ( Demo | Download )
Creating a collapsing menu that contains vertical navigation bars and a slide out content area. When hovering over a menu item, an image slides down from the top and a submenu slides up from the bottom.
Beautiful Background Image Navigation with jQuery ( Demo | Download )
A beautiful navigation that has a background image slide effect. The main idea is to have three list items that contain the same background image but with a different position. The background image for each item will be animated to slide into place in different times, creating a really nice effect.
SLIDE A NAVIGATION TOOL IN YOUR PAGE ( Demo | Download )
This jquery component let you easly build a sliding panel where to insert any kind of content; it has builtin all the functionalities for managing menu lines and sub panels with accordion effect. It can get the content via ajax and therefore you can dynamically build it by passing DATA via request using the metadata attribute settable on the extruder container.
- By Sarah & Adrienne Kahn
- The light blue text looks like it’s hyperlinked. One of the first things a user sees upon loading the page is the blue “Who’s Komrade” heading. The first thing we did was click it, but nothing happened. This started the user experience off on the wrong foot. With this unusual scrolling navigation, distinguishing the clickable from the unclickable is extremely important.
- The numbered navigation for Komrade’s past work does not stand out enough. The red circles look like yet more flowers, which caused us to pass over them several times before figuring out that they were the navigation. This goes back to the clickable/unclickable issue. Well-placed labels would go a long way here.
Everyone is always looking for interesting and effective ways to organize their website and allow users to move about and find things. But there’s a fine line between unexpected and unusable. Three points to consider in any navigation scheme are consistency, user expectations and contextual clues.
If page is long and provides different levels of navigation, will users be able to find their way through the site and use proper navigation quickly? Forcing visitors to use certain keystrokes to navigate, rather than what they’re used to, might be novel, but is that effective if you have to explain instructions prominently on your home page? Here are some examples for your reading pleasure. Sigue leyendo →
Navigation has to be given some special consideration when it comes to single-page sites, to make sure visitors can get back to the home section of the page without issues, and navigate from any one section to any other section. This is often achieved through sticky headers or repeating navigation in each section.
The sites below are all excellent examples of single-page websites. They’re both usable and aesthetically-pleasing, and take full advantage of the single-page format.
The Roaaar website includes a “return to top” link at the bottom of each section, which makes it easy for visitors to get back to the navigation in the header.
Duplos by Ricardo Mestre
The Duplos site takes a different approach, putting the main content at the bottom of the page. Navigation takes you further up the page, rather than down.
Posted by WDCore Editorial
Our today’s post consists of some inspirational and interesting Illustration Advertisements, which you do not see usually. These product ads are simply out of the usual run of things. Won’t believe it? Just have a look at these ads!
In part 1 of this post we took a design template and thought about how best to turn the design into a working web page. Once we had an idea of how to approach the development of the page, we set up the basic layout for our site. However, we left off with an empty layout that was in great need of some real content inside. So what are we waiting for? Let’s start filling in that layout and finish developing the page.
Effective and usable web navigation and design are some of the key crucial components of your website communication success. Build clear, easy-to-navigate web pages and people will be happy, click a lot and come back for more. In this report, you will learn about ten typical online user behaviors that can immediately help you understand how and where to improve your own website design, to keep your readers engaged and interested in your content.
Whether you like it or not, other people don’t see your website the same way you do.
You might think that you have a perfectly-intelligible website design, whereas readers on your site struggle to find the information they look for.
The funny thing is that you and I are not different from the people that visit our websites. In fact, when you and I stroll around the web, we do exactly the same: we go straight to content, we want all the info right away, we often don’t care about reading all the extra stuff surrounding the article, and so on.
That is why you can learn so much from user behavior. It helps you realize what is wrong about your site that you normally cannot see by yourself. Sigue leyendo →