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  1. #1
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    Dec 2020

    Website Navigation

    There must be minimum navigation on a page, and whatever navigation is present, should be easy to use. There must not be more than 5 to 10 menu navigation items, and the depth should be limited to only 2 or 3 branches. Simple and lesser navigation has visitors stay longer and interact more with the website.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2017
    South Africa
    Yes, there is an article written about this I believe the main take from this UX designer is that a user should click no more than three times on a website to find what they require. This is why I fond things like mega menus and the use of the astounding.

    Even worse when you look at a ta website on mobile, mega menus become an absolute mess.

    You don't need every page in your nav many just your main pages - the content on those pages should have call to action to deeper pages so as to create a nice flow of information for users. Read more about UX design tips and trends here

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