| Lesson 6 || Navigation and labeling |
| Objective || Identify types of navigation and labeling. |
Types of Navigation and Labeling
Labels represent groupings of information. Organization and navigation systems cannot exist without labels. An example of a label is "User Profile." The label might accompany a clickable button and lead to a grouping of information about the user. Well-designed labels can
efficiently convey complex ideas in a minimum of space. Successful label use requires creating a labeling system, in which the user can readily grasp a logic and consistency in the way labels are deployed.
The following Slide Show will illustrate several types of navigation and labeling features.
Global Navigational Elements