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The short weekly studies provide us with a great understanding of how our members feel about the various internet issues and trends. Studies are conducted on line, taking a random sample of about 1000 members, who are also encouraged to submit additional comments.

Click any of the Studies listed below to view summary results and a selection of participant comments.

 

Study Title Conducted Participants
  Q170047. Your Career Dec 01 to Dec 10, 2017 1001
  Q170046. Your Education Nov 24 to Dec 03, 2017 1000
  Q170045. Love Me? Nov 17 to Nov 26, 2017 1001
  Q170044. Place your Bets Nov 10 to Nov 19, 2017 1001
  Q170043. Many Newsletters? Nov 03 to Nov 11, 2017 1001
  Q170042. Google Me? Oct 27 to Nov 04, 2017 1000


Study Q170030. Menu Options
Question -
There has been a great deal of controversy recently about the optimal length of menus on web pages.

Some people argue that shorter menus with few general options, are better because they are easier to scan. Others argue that longer menus are better because they include more options and therefore allow for a more accurate selection.

In general terms, what do you think is the optimal size of a menu?



Responses -
ID Response %
1 5 or less items 24.3
2 6 or 7 items 41.3
3 8 or 9 items 16.9
4 10 or more 15.5
9 Other 2.1
  Total % 100.0


Participant Comments (randomly selected) -
ID Comment Member From Sex Age
3870208I don't really mind at all.WarlynPhilippinesF26
3870837I think a few more would be good and people will have more options to select from. But not too many options that would annoyed themMehnaazMauritiusF22
3870343The answer could also be "10 or more" depending on the amount and the diversity of information on the web site. I think efficient categorization is very important.PeggyGreeceF43
3869546too many menus destroy moods!!Fazrul RezaMalaysiaM36
3869708I prefer shorter menus. They are easier to scan and appear more organised.David KihuroKenyaM29
3870985Variety is the spice of lifeEmmanuelNigeriaM24
3870211shorter menus is okJeyasudhaIndiaF22
3870032i do not agree that there is such a thing of the optimal length of menus on web pages. as the web is so huge, n hugely different, a small company selling only dozens of handmade toys, a restaurant, a large supermarket, a giant international company like apple or bp or amazon..... it does not make sense to me to talk about an optimal length of menus on web pages for them......GaryAustraliaM59
3870928i like have more options to chooseLim SanjayaIndonesiaM32
3870807longer menus are better because they include more options and therefore allow for a more accurate selection.ArunaIndiaM30
3870120Must show broad contentjohnUnited StatesM31
3869322Longers menus are betterAdemolaNigeriaM20
3870263like 5 items but can contains other sub options within each items. ThanksPickfordGhanaM23
3870367It gives more varieties for selectionFideliaNigeriaF40
3870765is the best surveyahmad tolibinIndonesiaM32
3869910Menus on a web page should be shorter and with clearer and bigger fonts. Use of attractive colors or/and icons steals the viewers attention tooKeshanMalaysiaM36



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