Z515 Spring 2015

Dislocating convention

Responding to:

Garrett, J.J. (2011). Chapter 6: The skeleton plane (pp. 106-131). Chapter 8: The elements applied (pp. 152-163). In Elements of user experience: user-centered design for the web. 2nd ed. Boston: New Riders.
Resmini, A. & Rosati, L. (2011). Resilience (pp. 111-141). In Pervasive Information Architecture: Designing Cross-Channel User Experiences. Amsterdam: Elsevier.S515 : Information Architecture : Course Syllabus : Spring 2015 Page 10
Krug, S. (2014). How we really use the Web (pp. 21-27), Billboard design 101 (pp. 29-41) and Street signs and breadcrumbs: Designing navigation (pp. 55-83). In Don’t make me think: A common sense approach to web usability. Indianapolis: New Riders.
Kalbach, J. (2007). Mechanisms of navigation (pp. 54-84) and Types of navigation (pp. 84-118). In Designing web navigation. Beijing: O’Reilly.
Redish, J. (2007). Writing meaningful links (pp. 307-328). In Letting go of the words: Writing web content that works. Amsterdam: Elsevier.


Responses:

“Categories and Consequences”
Kudzai C

“Catchy Post Title Here!”
Urvashi G

“duplicate content”
Mara I

“Good navigation is invisible”
Yisi L

“Path of Least Resistance”
Amanda M

“Taxonomies: Discovery and Learning, but not creation.”
Zan M

“Dewey Decimal system”
Mehrdad M

Coliseum Shadows
Clark M

“An Interesting Thing About Personal Organizing”
Keith P

Exactly! Who’s going to read all that?
Anusha R

“GTD Apps and Information Organization”
Ryan R

Dislocating Conventions”
Tiffany S

Navigation in my Family!
Archana S

organization for skeleton
Martin S

“The Importance of Categories”
Joseph W

“Card sorting – Categories & Organization
Jianping W

“The desired path”
Yu X

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