director at virtual zone
11 July 2008 15:04pm
I suggest you follow the advice of Steve Krug, in his book 'Don't Make Me Think: A common sense approach to Web Usability', his book is a bible on the subject!
"The Site ID or logo is like the building name for a Web site ... I need to see it on every page ... at the top of the page ... in (or at least near) the upper left corner".
If you are doing much of this stuff get Steve's book and Jakob Nielsen's Designing for Web Usability, about £20 each on Amazon.
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