Web Anatomy: Interaction Design Frameworks that Work (Google eBook)
At the start of every web design project, the ongoing struggles reappear. We want to design highly usable and self-evident applications, but we also want to devise innovative, compelling, and exciting interactions that make waves in the market. Projects are more sophisticated than ever, but we have fewer resources with which to complete them. Requirements are fuzzy at best, but we’re expected to have everything done yesterday.
What we need is a reuse strategy, coupled with a pathway to innovation. Patterns are part of the game. Components take us further. In Web Anatomy: Interaction Design Frameworks That Work, user experience experts Hoekman and Spool introduce “interaction design frameworks”, the third and final piece of what they call “The Reuse Trinity”, and resolve these issues once and for all. Frameworks are sets of design patterns and other elements that comprise entire systems, and in this game-changing book, Hoekman and Spool show you how to identify, document, share, use, and reap the benefits of frameworks. They also dive deep into several major frameworks to reveal how the psychology behind these standards leads not only to effective designs, but can also serve as the basis for cutting-edge innovations and superior user experiences.
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Jared Spool is a world-renowned design researcher and the founder of UIE.com. Robert Hoekman, Jr. is a veteran user experience specialist and the author of Designing the Obvious and Designing the Moment.
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Review: Web Anatomy: Interaction Design Frameworks That WorkUser Review - Nathanael (Boehm) Coyne - Goodreads
I like the concept but feel this book is a little lacking. I feel the authors should have avoided specifics and just focussed on developing and consuming interaction frameworks or gone for the full ... Read full review
Review: Web Anatomy: Interaction Design Frameworks That WorkUser Review - Jörg Hoheisel - Goodreads
nothing new Read full review