Touch Friendly Design – Bringing Life to Lists

added by docluv
11/11/2011 11:13:33 AM

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Yesterday I talked about how creating traditional <A> driven navigation can be problematic in today’s touch first world. In yesterday’s demonstration I pointed out how using hyperlinks and a traditional menued navigation scheme can lead to user error when touching a target. Today I wanted to extend my thoughts by showing how even using a hyperlink in a list of links can be just as problematic.


1 comments

dpeterson
11/11/2011 11:13:55 AM
This makes sense even in non-touch driven interfaces. Quite often web designers make elements appear as a single clickable widget, when in fact the hyperlink is only surrounding the text within it.