Amazon Tweaks Site for Better Navigation

via Mashable! by Kristen Nicole on 9/6/07

Amazon.com has just tweaked its website, offering better navigation options for the site.

The biggest difference you’ll notice is the menus that pull up when you hover over certain menu items in the tool bar. The department menu that pulls up is probably the most helpful, as this acts as a grounding factor no matter how far you veer while browsing Amazon’s vast website. All of Amazon’s departments are accessible from this menu, which is on the left hand side of the page. The other hover menus you’ll notice are are the top of the page, which work for drop down menus when there’s an arrow icon, giving you a quick peek for the various options on this particular drop down box, as well as easier navigation for the site overall.

Other minor tweaks you’ll notice, aside from the changed color of the menu, is the consolidation of your bargain features under “Today’s Deals” as well as easier access to your saved items and cart lists. Considering the expanse of Amazon’s site, anything to improve navigation and save time is a welcome change. Uncluttr, TeleMoose and LazyLibrary are other simplified ways in which you can search for Amazon items.

[via alex seo]

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