Study Reveals Changing Web

A report of a new study over on WebSiteOptimization.com has some interesting research showing how users ineract with web sites, revealing an “F-shaped” eyetracking patterns similar to the results Enquiro found looking at earch results. From the study:

A new browser study revealed a shift in how we interact with the Web. University of Hamburg researchers found the Web moving from static hypertext information to dynamic interactive services. Clickstream heatmaps and web page statistics show rapid interaction over smaller areas of the screen. The authors recommend that web developers create concise, flexible, and fast loading web pages to keep pace with the speed of web navigation.

Read on: Clickstream Study Reveals Dynamic Web

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