Need suggestions for long online reading experiences
29 May 2008 - 3:01pm
My team is currently designing a report navigation structure that will
allow users to fluidly and meaningfully navigate through a long (think
60-100 pages) report.
Each report will have multiple sections and sub-sections. Each
sub-section will contain both text and information graphics.
We know from our research that some users will simply download the full
report as a PDF; however, a high number of users will need to easily
find, consume, re-use, and refer to only specific sections of the
Hence the need to guide them to those sections in a quick, intuitive
I am looking for good online experiences (or real-world analogues) that
help users move through long pieces of content.
Examples might include features such as:
* Persistent table of contents
* Quick access to an index
* Elegant search functionality
* Expandable / collapsible sub-sections