Z515 Spring 2015

IA Research, Evaluation & Design

Responding to:

Garrett, J.J. (2011). Chapter 2: Meet the elements (pp. 18-33). In Elements of user experience: user-centered design for the web. 2nd ed. Boston: New Riders.
Levin, M. (2014). An ecosystem of connected devices (pp. 1-20) and The consistent design approach (pp. 21-51). In Designing Multi-Device Experiences: An Ecosystem Approach to User Experiences Across Devices. Beijing: O’Reilly.
Marcotte, E. (2011). Our responsive Web (pp. 1-12). In Responsive Web Design. New York: A Book Apart.
Krug, S. (2014). Mobile: It’s not just a city in Alabama anymore (pp. 143-163). In Don’t Make Me Think, Revisited: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability. Indianapolis: New Riders.
Porter, J. (2008). Designing for the social web (pp. 1-40). Berkeley: New Riders.


“Designing for Social Experiences”
Kudzai C

Ecosystem paradox – Boon or Menace?
Urvashi G

Small Screen Big Choices”
Aleesha H

“core experience”
Mara I

“Difference and Consistency”
Yisi L

“Can I Trust You?”
Amanda M

“Why worry about the Consistency? Go for the Context.”
Zan M

“Thin client and thick client”
Mehrdad M

“Social Software”
Clark M

“How many devices does it take to watch a show?”
Keith P

“Why responsive design?”
Anusha R

“Personal vs Audible”
Ryan R

“Designing for Device Ecosystems”
Tiffany S

3C’s and Apple
Archana S

Design to User Experience
Martin S

Form Follows Function
Joseph W

Consistency in design
Jianping W

“Responsive & Consistent”
Yu X

This entry was written by z515 and published on February 9, 2013 at 12:14 am. It’s filed under and Design, IA Research, IA Research Evaluation and Design, Mobile, Responsive, Web. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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