In many contexts, decision-making situations call for examination of local detail without losing awareness of global context. Knowledge will be more useful if organized and presented accordingly. Fisheye view methods are one way of effective knowledge presentation and have been used in displaying various knowledge structures. This study explores an application of the fisheye view concept on World Wide Web site design. A related experiment and following empirical tests are described.
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