Hey there! Brian Dys here — I’m a visual and visceral person at heart. Ever since my mom lent me her old film camera, I fell in love with photography. All of my creative musings were exemplified by my second brain, the computer. This journey is a topsy-turvy ride of creative pursuits — from electronic music to UX design.
I enjoy every dull and wild moments of it — yes, this life of mine that I share with a woman named Jaycelle and a boy named Bryce. Take a peek into my kaleidoscope!
Interact to reveal more content and convert into plain text
Structure content by grouping and labeling them based on function
This round of re-creation involves interacting with elements to reveal more content that will be converted into plain text. Once Content Inventory is exhausted, it is time to structure the content by grouping and labeling them.
Convert More Content into Plain Text
As an example of revealing more content, try clicking the grid icon at the top right—a popover of Google apps will appear. Interacting with it further by clicking the “More” link below, will reveal even more content that is otherwise hiding in plain sight.
From merely converting content into plain text in Round 1, we are now interpreting how content must be structured based on their function and not only based on their visual arrangement.
As an example, we could see that there is a content in the web page labeled, “Google offered in: Cebuano” just below the search buttons—and there is a word, “Philippines” at the bottom left. Visually, they are far apart which we might perceive as a sign that they don’t belong together. However, identifying their function as internationalization, we could, in fact, arrange them in one group.
This part of RE:Creation activity involves Information Architecture. Simply put, it is the process of grouping and labeling content to make it findable and usable.
* Google offered in: Cebuano
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