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  • RE:Creation No. 1: Google

    For the first episode of RE:Creation, we’ll be re-creating the most visited website in the world—Google. It looks like a fairly simple web page—both in content and functionality, so it’s a perfect choice. Let’s begin!

  • NTT Information Architecture

    Internal / Function Download (Parent Theme) Child Themes (Theme Switcher) Snap–ons (Style Switcher) External / Operation Documentation About Blog / News Contact Credits Lexicon Privacy Policy Default Site<section> Multisite<multisite>

  • Perceptual Elements

    Color Typography Spaces / Layout Shapes Icons Illustrations Media (Photos, Videos) Animations Voice and Tone Sounds

  • HTML & CSS Principles

    1. Readability 2. Completeness of names that are being used globally 3. Maintain hierarchy * No .elem { .parent & { … } } – Put font-size in object-level

  • Usability Testing Notes

    Study participants saw a number of charts in six different color palettes. Just like the first study, users shared first impressions, preference, and value feedback, and the speed and accuracy with which they made decisions were captured. Source

  • Infographic: The Case for Universal Design

  • Information Architecture Resources

  • Breadth and Depth

    We need to incorporate the possibility of moving up the employment level by breadth—encompassing the other disciplines and depth—by fulfilling the Work Efficiency Responsibility needed for the next level. We need to fill-in the details—criteria also—for moving across and moving up. How can these be measurable?