Seralat
Reading Online News: A Comparison of Three Presentation Formats

"Accordingly, this study addressed the question of how information should be presented within a news-style web page. For example, should all the information related to a single article be presented on one page, or should the newsletter contain a page that lists only the link titles that relate to each specific article, and which is presented on another page? Moreover, if the newsletter presents initial information in the form of link titles, should they present supplementary information that provides a general overview of the entire article, along with the link title?" From an article by Ryan Baker, Michael Bernard, & Shannon Riley in Usability News, a project of Wichita State's Software Usability Research Laboratory (SURL). Read the article... [via Webword]

Posted by seralat at 12:52 PM on July 26, 2002
Filed in: IA - Academic Approaches