10 Principles Of Effective Web Design - Smashing UX Design. Advertisement Usability and the utility, not the visual design, determine the success or failure of a web-site.
Since the visitor of the page is the only person who clicks the mouse and therefore decides everything, user-centric design has become a standard approach for successful and profit-oriented web design. After all, if users can’t use a feature, it might as well not exist. We aren’t going to discuss the implementation details (e.g. where the search box should be placed) as it has already been done in a number of articles; instead we focus on the main principles, heuristics and approaches for effective web design — approaches which, used properly, can lead to more sophisticated design decisions and simplify the process of perceiving presented information.
6 Tips for a Great Flex UX: Part 5. By Theresa Neil Since the book focuses on rich interactions, I want to spend some time on Adobe Flex/AIR.
These tips are based on the best Flex resources I have found, and how you can use them to craft a great user experience. This is part 5 of 6: * Play With It: 10 Explorers & Galleries * Learn From the Best: 10 Great Flex Apps * Learn From the Rest: 10 Great RIAs * Stock Your Toolbox: 40+ Custom Flex Controls * Review Usability Best Practices * Avoid Common Mistakes: 10 Anti-Patterns. 9 Essential Principles for Good Web Design. Art and the Zen of Web Sites. Design. Ergonomie du web: crit?res ergonomiques de Scapin et Bastien. Les critères ergonomiques de Bastien & Scapin, Partie 1.
Persuasion: Applying the Elaboration Likelihood Model to Design. Persuasion is part of every aspect of our lives.
Politicians want our vote, businesses want us to buy their products, and people want us to like them. Even altruistic nonprofits want us to change our behaviors around environmental issues and public safety, or give them our money to help fight hunger and disease (the nerve!). Article Continues Below This reality is no different for websites and other digital properties. Persuasion is a necessary component of good design, ensuring that users will engage with your product in the way you intended, leading to the outcome you intended. The Principles of Design. The web professional's online magazine of choice.
In: Columns > Design in Theory and Practice By Joshua David McClurg-Genevese Published on June 13, 2005 Starting with the Basics. Top 10 Mistakes in Web Design. Url's Internet Cafe. The Classroom. Web Navigation: Designing the User Experience. Why Instructional System Design or ADDIE. Instructional System Design (ISD) is often referred to as ADDIE, which is the acronym for the five phases of ISD — Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation.
It may be defined as the systematic and iterative method for creating learning experience that develop and enhance skills and knowledge. In the past, ISD and ADDIE were often referred to as a Systems Approach to Training (SAT), (U.S. Department of Defense, 1975; Department of the Army, 2011). ISD can be thought of as a roadmap that helps to ensure the learners and their organization achieve their learning intents through formal, nonformal, and informal environments.