Key User Paths Defined

Defining key user paths is part of the core process in development but only for sites that need them where one page must relate to the next sequence. If the site does not require the user to actually do anything task oriented (fill out form, log in, purchase, etc), there is no need to define user paths. But when performing tasks, defining user paths expands on the user profiles to create user scenarios like registering, ordering, searching, etc. involving backend technology.

By max macapagal Posted in Posts

3 comments on “Key User Paths Defined

  1. It will take a while broefe I’ll be able to try all of these so, *bookmarks*. All tutorials are welcome for me so, Thanks a lot! This is a huge addition.

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