Pattern Languages for Interaction Design - Boxes and Arrows: The Will Evans stalked and captured Erin Malone, Christian Crumlish, and Lucas Pettinati to talk about design patterns, pattern libraries, styleguides, and innovation. Erin, Christian, and Lucas are leading a workshop on design patterns at this year’s Interactions in Vancouver; and, Erin and Christian are writing a book on patterns for designing social spaces for O’Rreilly. *How did you get your start in Interaction/Information Design?
User Interface Design Patterns: Overview beside Detail
UI Patterns and Techniques: Introduction Introduction There's nothing new here. If you've done any Web or UI design, or even thought about it much, you should say, "Oh, right, I know what that is" to most of these patterns. But a few of them might be new to you, and some of the familiar ones may not be part of your usual design repertoire. Each of these patterns (which are more general) and techniques (more specific) are intended to help you solve design problems.
UI Patterns and Techniques: Center Stage
The task of inputting data into the system is parted into multiple steps. Each step is presented to the user one at a time. The user should be presented with information about the steps that exist and which are completed. The Wizard pattern is very similar to the Steps Left pattern. Wizard design pattern
Wizard - Designing Interfaces What Lead the user through the interface step by step to do tasks in a prescribed order. Use when
We knew we needed it. Integration with Google Docs was a super-popular feature request, and usage in general is on the rise. Since Basecamp is a repository for everything project-related, it made sense to show the same love to Google Docs we show to any other type of file you can store in a Basecamp project.
As web technologies progress, websites and web applications are becoming more responsive, providing us with more ways and techniques to interact with the users. Form, more than ever, has been superseded by function. The following websites deal with interface design, user experience, user-centered design, usability, and everything in between – all with the goal of enhancing the user’s interface. 1.
Spirit Softworks :: Design Phase “Design depends largely on constraints. ... Here is one of the few effective keys to the design problem—the ability of the designer to recognize as many of the constraints as possible—his willingness and enthusiasm for working within these constraints....”—Charles Eames By the beginning of our Design Phase, Team Spirit understands your digital product’s special user experience design and usability challenges and can determine what design approaches best address those challenges.