Web Applications

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David Rivers

Visual Design for Web Applications

You’ll learn to…

  • Use key points to use as a checklist or to plan your visual design
  • Incorporate brand into your design
  • Recognize when you should be consistent, and when it’s important to be inconsistent
  • Consider new terms—Stage, interaction planes, and affordances—what they mean and why they’re important
  • Start down in the trenches of your application, rather than the dashboard or home screen
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Hagan Rivers

Designing Better Navigation for Web Applications

You’ll learn to…

  • Step back and see global navigation as a separate application with its own needs and constraints
  • Identify common mistakes in tab, menu, and tree-based navigation systems that you can avoid
  • Design liberating and powerful applications without designing global navigation first, leading to a better application design and a better global navigation design
  • Use Hub Diagrams to create an overview of your navigation system that works the way your users think