alexa Abstract | Theory of how to design the site easy to navigate

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Web design is a kind balance art. On the one hand, you want the page beautiful and vivid, but on the other hand, you need it can quickly be downloaded otherwise people will go to other sites. A successful website can attract visitors, in addition to the rich content and the characteristic columns, a cordial and friendly interface, unique style web design, reasonable man-machine interface can make them linger. For surfers who looking for information online, they hope quickly and efficiently find information they need, web designers need to provide a convenient, quick links and navigation.This paper analyzes how to establish reasonable and effective man-machine interface in the website from the perspective of consumer psychology, especially interpret view of the problem of navigating human-computer interaction system and how to create a convenient navigation system.

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Author(s): Liu lizhen


Navigation, Web page design, The human-computer interaction

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