Wireframes: Pondering Topic Pages

Wireframe 4

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References

Van Duyne, D. K., Landay, J. A., & Hong, J. I. (2007). The design of sites: Patterns for creating winning web sites (2nd ed.). USA: Prentice Hall PTR.

Wireframe sketching: looking at the index/home

wireframe sketches part 3

References

Van Duyne, D. K., Landay, J. A., & Hong, J. I. (2007). The design of sites: Patterns for creating winning web sites (2nd ed.). USA: Prentice Hall PTR.

Notes: the usability.gov website is mentioned (http://www.usability.gov). I particularly like the quick reference tabs on the left of the site, which slide out on hover. Also the type enlargement tool on their site, it is easy to use and very effective. Their page, http://www.usability.gov/site-tour.html which explains the site is really fascinating, in terms of showing the decisions that they made and why. I have also watched their webinar about the revamp of the site, featured on the page above.

Some key questions, funnily enough I keep coming back to these too!

– What are the goals of this website (in my case web application in the form of a Learning Object)?

– Who is the audience and who are our users?

– What are their goals?

New project = New category (or I <3 #UX)

Well almost. I have had a #UX category on this blog for a while, but I have decided to formalise it as I embark on a grad school module, Interaction Design and Evaluation Process. The UX category will be a place to collect my thoughts in relation to what I learn on the module and can be viewed in a collated format via the “UX” tab.

Things to comment on this week:

  • Read and think about BS EN ISO 9241-210-2010 – Ergonomics of human-system interaction
  • Read and comment on user profiles and personae
  • Read and comment on Scenarios

All of this will also feed into my personal research project, looking at analyses of #IoT systems. See you soon!

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