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Cascading vs. index menu layouts
SURL has compared user performance and satisfaction of horizontal and vertical cascading menus to a categorical index menu layout. They found considerable differences in task completion times that strongly favoured the index menu. The poorest performer, both objectively and subjectively, was the horizontal dropdown menu.

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The article Cascading versus Indexed Menu Design

Henrik Olsen | March 17, 2003

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