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“Both [McCain’s and Obama’s Web] sites use drop-down navigation, which is not a favorite among information architecture professionals. Now, granted, these are campaign sites and they have a TON of information to convey but the drawback to drop-down menus is that they provide a kind of information overload from the get-go so that it’s really difficult for users to make a decision about where to go. So, that’s a strike for both sites and it really counteracts the fact that they did alright with their number of navigation options.”
— Sept. 23, “Presidential Online Scorecard: Navigation” posted by Lacey Kruger on Convio’s Connection Cafe blog.