Sexy Web Design: Creating Interfaces That Work by Elliot Jay Stocks

By Elliot Jay Stocks

Attractive website design - понятный гид, который раскроет тайны того, как построить Ваши собственные захватывающие дух интерфейсы в сети на пустом месте. Вы создадите свой вебсайт, даже если вы не имеете навыков дизайнера, с этой книгой Вы будете создавать свои собственные ошеломляющие вебсайты в мгновение ока.

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13. 13. My offline inspiration set Collection Tools I’ve been saving interesting and inspiring snippets in my Flickr profile, but it’s not the only way. RealMac Software20—the team behind web development application RapidWeaver—have recently released LittleSnapper,21 a Mac application that allows you to collect sources of inspiration from the Web and share them with your peers. It’s a nifty new tool for Mac-based designers, and one I’d heartily recommend. For Windows users, TechSmith’s Snagit22 application captures screenshots and screen images, with a library you can use to organize your screenshots by tags, URLs, and date.

13. 13. My offline inspiration set Collection Tools I’ve been saving interesting and inspiring snippets in my Flickr profile, but it’s not the only way. RealMac Software20—the team behind web development application RapidWeaver—have recently released LittleSnapper,21 a Mac application that allows you to collect sources of inspiration from the Web and share them with your peers. It’s a nifty new tool for Mac-based designers, and one I’d heartily recommend. For Windows users, TechSmith’s Snagit22 application captures screenshots and screen images, with a library you can use to organize your screenshots by tags, URLs, and date.

What is the primary call to action? How many pages should there be? What should be on each page? What elements should be on all pages? How does each element relate to the goals of the web site? Each of these questions relate to inform­ ation architecture; in terms of the Web, this is the science of organizing information in a useful and logical manner. There are debates about how much of this we should do as designers, and indeed, Information Ar­ chitecture is often a job in itself. However, as so many projects require us designers to pick up some of the reins of an information architect, it’s important that we get a grounding in the practice.

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