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RE: [Sigia-l] right hand nav

From: Groot, Boyd de (boyd.de.groot_at_satama.com)
Date: Tue Jul 16 2002 - 11:15:12 EDT


Hi Katherine,

Have a look at: sigchi.nl Unfortunately in Dutch :-)

--Boyd de Groot
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Katherine Lumb [mailto:KLumb_at_semaphorepartners.com]
Sent: dinsdag 16 juli 2002 16:16
To: sigia-l_at_asis.org
Subject: [Sigia-l] right hand nav

Hi all:

I have a client with a very deep site, and I want to break their nav into
two sections: main nav on the left, and then secondary nav within deeper
sections on the right. My client is extremely resistant to breaking the nav
at all, even though they want to stick with straight HTML and their nav
would end up cascading a couple window heights below the fold...

I want to show her some examples to put her mind at ease. Can anyone give me
some good examples of a nav that breaks down exactly this way (main nav on
left, secondary on right)? She needs to see it exactly (she's very literal
minded). Brand name sites would be best -- they'll have greater credibility
in her mind.

Thank you very much,

K

> Katherine K. Lumb Content Designer
> p 646.336.3418 f 646.336.3433 klumb_at_semaphorepartners.com
> .......................................................................
>
> Semaphore Partners www.semaphorepartners.com
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