This is a great post over at the KISSmetrics blog outlines some common website navigation mistakes. Though a lot of them make sense when you think about it, it still makes for an interesting read. As of writing, Glyvolution uses a small drop-down to highlight the more important marketing services we offer, but this is
This awesome jQuery plugin lets you arrange elements on the page in a true grid pattern, rather than floating left and right and clear:both-ing that you have to do with CSS. Check out the link for some practical applications of the plugin, as well as detailed step-by-step instructions for implementation.
Paul Andrew of Speckyboy Design Magazine has published a great list of ‘super-simple’ jQuery plugins for menus and navigation ranging from simplistic horizontal bars with hover effects to drop-downs with sub-sections.
A really useful web application by Petr Stanicek that allows you to visually pick out color schemes for your web designs. It lacks the community features of Adobe’s Kuler app, but makes up for it with more options for downloading/exporting the themes, and no need to sign up to access a lot of the features.
Ever wondered where the best place is to put your field <label> tags? The peeps over at UXmatters have. Using a technique called Eyetracking, they tested the placement of labels in forms on the left with left alignment, on the left with right alignment, above the fields, and above the fields in bold. Its quite