Tuesday, July 13, 2010

UX Myth #3: People don’t scroll

People will indeed scroll to find what they want, and scrolling is more usable than breaking content up into multiple pages. Just be sure that content spans the fold, so readers know there's more below.

Read more, including a bunch of research links, one of which mentions a friend of mine Milissa Tarquini:

UX Myths - Myth #3: People don’t scroll

1 comment:

  1. Yeah. But if you think links below the fold are going to get the same click-through as links above the fold (not counting the very bottom), then I've got some real-estate I'd like to sell you.