Universal Principles of Design, Revised and Updated: 150 Essential Tools for Architects, Artists, Designers, Developers, Engineers, Inventors, and Makers

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Rockport Publishers, 1. apr. 2015 - 320 sider

Whether a website, marketing campaign, museum exhibit, a video game or a complex control system, the design we see is the culmination of many concepts and practices brought together from a variety of disciplines. Now, there's a handy travel companion for any designer, so that you always have the essentials at your fingertips.

Portable, condensed, and armed with 150 principles, The Pocket Universal Principles of Design is like a Swiss Army knife of design knowledge. Richly illustrated and easy to navigate, it pairs critical need-to-know design knowledge with visual examples of the principles applied in practice. An indispensable field reference for designers of all types, this pocket edition of the best-selling Universal Principles of Design will sharpen your design thinking and expand your sense of the possible.

 

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077 Iteration
078 KISS
079 Law of PrTMgnanz
080 Layering
081 LeftDigit Effect
082 Legibility
083 Life Cycle
084 MAFA Effect

009 Apparent Motion
010 Archetypes
011 Area Alignment
012 Attractiveness Bias
013 BabyFace Bias
014 BackoftheDresser
015 Biophilia Effect
016 Black Effects
017 Blue Effects
018 Cathedral Effect
019 Chunking
020 Classical Conditioning
021 Closure
022 Cognitive Dissonance
023 Common Fate
024 Comparison
025 Confirmation
026 Confirmation Bias
027 Consistency
028 Constancy
029 Constraint
030 Contour Bias
031 Control
032 Convergence
033 CostBenefit
034 Crowd Intelligence
035 Defensible Space
036 Depth of Processing
037 Design by Committee
038 Desire Line
039 Development Cycle
040 DunningKruger Effect
041 Entry Point
042 Errors
043 Expectation Effects
044 Faceism Ratio
045 Factor of Safety
046 Feature Creep
047 Feedback Loop
048 Fibonacci Sequence
049 FigureGround
050 Fitts Law
051 Five Hat Racks
052 Flexibility TradeOffs
053 Flow
054 Forgiveness
055 Form Follows Function
056 Framing
057 FreezeFlightFightForfeit
058 Gamification
059 Garbage InGarbage Out
060 Gloss Bias
061 Golden Ratio
062 Good Continuation
063 Green Effects
064 Gutenberg Diagram
065 Hanlons Razor
066 Hicks Law
067 Hierarchy
068 Hierarchy of Needs
069 Highlighting
070 Horror Vacui
071 HunterNurturer Bias
072 Iconic Representation
073 IKEA Effect
074 Inattentional Blindness
075 Interference Effects
076 Inverted Pyramid
085 Magic Triangle
086 Mapping
087 MAYA
088 Mental Model
089 MereExposure Effect
090 Mimicry
091 Mnemonic Device
092 Modularity
093 Normal Distribution
094 Not Invented Here
095 Nudge
096 Ockhams Razor
097 Operant Conditioning
098 Orientation Sensitivity
099 Performance Load
100 Performance vs Preference
101 Phonetic Symbolism
102 Picture Superiority Effect
103 Priming
104 Progressive Disclosure
105 Propositional Density
106 ProspectRefuge
107 Prototyping
108 Proximity
109 Readability
110 Reciprocity
111 Recognition Over Recall
112 Red Effects
113 Redundancy
114 Root Cause
115 Rosetta Stone
116 Rule of Thirds
117 SaintVenants Principle
118 Satisficing
119 Savanna Preference
120 Scaling Fallacy
121 Scarcity
122 Selection Bias
123 SelfSimilarity
124 Serial Position Effects
125 Shaping
126 SignaltoNoise Ratio
127 Similarity
128 Social Trap
129 Stickiness
130 Storytelling
131 Structural Forms
132 Sunk Cost Effect
133 Supernormal Stimulus
134 Symmetry
135 Threat Detection
136 TopDown Lighting Bias
137 Uncanny Valley
138 Uncertainty Principle
139 Uniform Connectedness
140 Veblen Effect
141 Visibility
142 Visuospatial Resonance
143 von Restorff Effect
144 WabiSabi
145 WaisttoHip Ratio
146 Wayfinding
147 Weakest Link
148 White Effects
149 Yellow Effects
150 Zeigarnik Effect
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William Lidwell is the Director of Design at Stuff Creators Design in Houston, Texas. He is author of the best-selling design book, Universal Principles of Design, which has been translated into 12+ languages, and Deconstructing Product Design, a social deconstruction of 100 classic products. He is the lecturer of two video series on design: "How Colors Affect You: What Science Reveals" available from The Great Courses, and "The Science of Logo Design," available from Lynda.com.

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