Progressive Disclosure (Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox)

Posted: 23 Jun 2009 09:42 AM PDT

Progressive disclosure defers advanced or rarely used features to a secondary screen, making applications easier to learn and less error-prone. Interaction designers face a dilemma: •Users want power, features, and enough options to handle all of their special needs. (Everybody is a special case somehow. For example: Who wants line numbers in a word processor? Millions of users, that's who, including most big law firms.) •Users want simplicity; they don't have time learn a profusion of features in enough depth to select the few that are optimal for their needs.

10 UI Design Patterns You Should Be Paying Attention To | How-To | Smashing Magazine

Posted: 23 Jun 2009 09:40 AM PDT

Design patterns were first described in the 1960s by Christopher Alexander, a civil engineer who noticed that many things in our lives happen according to patterns. He adapted his observations to his work and published many findings on the topic. Since then, design patterns have found their place in many areas of our lives, and can be found in the design and development of user interfaces as well.

Wim de Boer. nl - Eenzaam Demo

Posted: 23 Jun 2009 05:31 AM PDT

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