Visual Usability Principles and Practices for Designing Digital Applications
Auteurs : Schlatter Tania, Levinson Deborah
Imagine how much easier creating web and mobile applications would be if you had a practical and concise, hands-on guide to visual design. Visual Usability gets into the nitty-gritty of applying visual design principles to complex application design.
You’ll learn how to avoid common mistakes, make informed decisions about application design, and elevate the ordinary. We’ll review three key principles that affect application design – consistency, hierarchy, and personality – and illustrate how to apply tools like typography, color, and layout to digital application design. Whether you’re a UI professional looking to fine-tune your skills, a developer who cares about making applications beautiful and usable, or someone entirely new to the design arena, Visual Usability is your one-stop, practical guide to visual design.
- Discover the principles and rules that underlie successful application design
- Learn how to develop a rationale to support design strategy and move teams forward
- Master the visual design toolkit to increase user-friendliness and make complicated processes feel straightforward for your product
Part 1 – The meta-principles
Chapter 1 Consistency
Chapter 2 Hierarchy
Chapter 3 Personality
Part II – The visual usability tools
Chapter 4 Layout
Chapter 5 Type
Chapter 6 Color
Chapter 7 Imagery
Chapter 8 Controls and affordances
designers and UI professionals
Secondary: students of usability courses, software developers and development teams
Date de parution : 05-2013
Ouvrage de 342 p.
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