DIG2500c_lecture7

DIG2500c_lecture7 - Fall 2009 Semester Dr. Rudy McDaniel...

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DIG2500c: Fundamentals of Interactive Design Fall 2009 Semester Dr. Rudy McDaniel Lecture 7: The Laws of Simplicity & Midterm Review
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Reminder Midterm is next week. Bring your raspberry scantron and a number 2 pencil or blue/black ink pen. Know your PID! If you don’t have a scantron, you won’t be able to take the examination.
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Review Last week We investigated information design for interactive projects About Face 3, Guidelines, Anthropomorphism Malouf’s “Foundations”: time, metaphor, abstraction, negative space, intersection Questions?
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This Week Maeda’s Laws of Simplicity Mid-term Review Introduction to Lab 3 (Front-end)
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But First, A Brief Video http:// gadgets.boingboing.net/2009/10/02/in-future-a
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John Maeda The Laws of Simplicity
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Now That We Have a Plan Is that plan too complex to actually execute? Do you actually have the resources to create the system? Maybe we need some help. Meada to the
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Law 1: Reduce #1 Reduce :The simplest way to achieve simplicity is through thoughtful reduction. When in doubt, just remove. But be careful of what you remove. SHE = shrink, hide,
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Law 2: Organize #2 Organize Organization makes a system of many appear fewer. Group things together
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