Design pattern library
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In web design, there are certain common design patterns that are used for interaction. Site navigation has a wide variety of common and familiar design patterns that can be used as a foundation for building effective information architecture for a website. This guide covers popular site navigation design patterns. For each site navigation design pattern, we will discuss its common characteristics, its drawbacks, and when best to use it. Guide to Website Navigation Design Patterns
Index - 4ourth Mobile Design Pattern Library Designing Mobile Interfaces: Patterns for Interaction Design is a comprehensive reference for mobile design patterns. Whether designing for smartphones, featurephones or other related devices, common principles are discussed and codified as 76 universal interaction and interface patterns. Aside from suggestions, each pattern lists pitfalls and implementations to avoid. Every pattern is grouped with similar or optional patterns, and explained with the underlying psychology and physiology.
Pattern Tap 5,174 Patterns Sort By | Type | Style | Device Show Filters Hide Filters Illustration from Kolibree
View the most recent patterns added to the library. Accordion There are too many items to fit into a limited space without overwhelming the user. Availability Provide a way for a user to display to other people (either the public, or their contacts, depending on the rules of the system) when they are available for contact and when not. Design Pattern Library
This site contains a lot of best practices in Interaction Design. Over the years I have collected examples and insight on their applicability that I share with you here on this. So there is really no 'original' design to be found here, sorry. It has all been done before... See it as a reference or basic 'toolkit' you can use when design user experiences. It is no substitute for creative design, it simply seeks to describe what we know and have learned about solutions you will find abundantly on the web and even beyond.
A sandbox for collecting search examples, patterns, and anti-patterns. Please add tags, notes, and comments. Using our group pool, you can also talk about search and discovery; and even add new examples and patterns. To learn more about the pattern library and our book, see searchpatterns.org/
User Interface Design Pattern Library It is important to note that the patterns are offered as proposed sets of design guidelines. They are NOT the only solutions, strict recipes etched in stone, or a substitute for sound human-centered design practices. In our view, it is essential to select and apply the patterns critically and thoughtfully based on an understanding of the users - their level of knowledge, their discovery scenarios and goals, and their modes of information discovery.