Short Name: Proposal to Enhance LibreOffice.org's Website Navigation
Location: Overall site
Proposal / Issue Description:
As an enthusiastic advocate for website user experience enhancement, I am
reaching out with a comprehensive proposal aimed at improving the
navigation of LibreOffice.org.
Introduction: The proposal addresses issues based on statistical
insights and user feedback. From July to September 2023, SimilarWeb
analytics reported a substantial number of visitors to the site. However,
our user survey revealed a consistent challenge with site navigation,
impacting users' ability to access critical information like downloads and
Problem Statement: The survey reported that the most significant issue
users face is the difficulty in navigating the website, particularly in
finding download links and release notes. Participants highlighted
cumbersome dropdown menus, challenges in finding localized versions, and
confusion arising from the existence of two download options.
Importance of Effective Navigation: Effective navigation is pivotal for
user satisfaction and brand credibility. It influences site credibility,
user completion of goals, and impacts support costs.
Proposed Solutions: To address these concerns, I propose the following
Inventory of LibreOffice.org's Content: Utilizing tools like
Screaming Frog and LibreOffice Calc to audit and classify site content.
Hierarchical Outline and Controlled Vocabulary: Establishing a
consistent structure and vocabulary to identify major content elements.
UX Techniques to Improve Navigation: Implementation of card sorting
and whiteboard sessions to enhance content organization and site
Chunking Content: Utilizing chunking to present information in
digestible, scannable sections, improving user readability.
Structural Organization: Addressing different structural models such as
sequences, hierarchies, and webs for site layout. Discussing the
significance of each structure on navigation.
Testing and Evaluation: Suggested testing methods include tree testing,
closed card sorting, click testing, and usability testing to ensure the new
This proposal aims to enhance LibreOffice.org's user experience by
streamlining navigation, thereby improving visitor satisfaction and overall
engagement. Your consideration and feedback on implementing these proposed
strategies are highly valued.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Discussion: Mail Thread
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Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia
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