G113 – Minimize the number of steps it takes to reach a given screen.

Standard

Guideline:

Minimize the number of steps it takes to reach a given screen.

Guideline Description:

The steps should be simple and number of steps needed to achieve a given screen should be minimized, fostering a good navigation. An useful way of presentation is through of the use of a hierarchy and grouping of information into meaningful categories, focusing only the most relevant items.

Avoid

Complex, multi-step process.
Procedures inconsistent with established practice.
A deep hierarchy.

Example

example g113Examples of well-designed hierarchy menus.

Illustration adapted from Design Recommendations for TV User Interfaces for Older Adults: Findings from the eCAALYX Project

Source:
Design Principles to Accommodate Older Adults,2012
Design Recommendations for TV User Interfaces for Older Adults: Findings from the eCAALYX Project,2012

Tags: Content, Elderly, Layout,  Memory, Navigation, Screen

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