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  • visual designprinciples_1

    1. 1. Visual Design Principles 1
    2. 2. Don’t make users think• Interfaces should be: – Self-evident – Obvious – Self-explanatory
    3. 3. Things that make us Think• Names (buttons, links)• Clickability• Choices
    4. 4. Principles 101• Visual hierarchy• Conventions• Break up pages into clearly defined areas• Clickability• Reduce noise
    5. 5. http://webstyleguide.com
    6. 6. http://www.chriscmerritt.com/ http://www.chriscmerritt.comhttp://designshack.co.uk/articles/graphics/how-to-use-visual-hierarchy-in-web-design
    7. 7. 1 2http://designshack.co.uk/articles/graphics/how-to-use-visual-hierarchy-in-web-design
    8. 8. Visual hierarchy• Visual weight • Communicate• Focal point messages• Balance • Take action • Organize information Visual hierarchy tells a story with a beginning, an end, a point

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