Advanced Information Architecture: Many Paths, One Goal

When looking into information architecture for the first time, you learn to prefer the linear information access. This is what I told you in my article on the basics of the topic. Not all application cases are the same, though. Sometimes, a flexible information architecture is more optimal. The Human Error Source Linear information architecture…

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Webdesign: The Basics of Information Architecture

Information access should be well organized and structured in order for the one searching for information to be able to find it quickly. This takes extensive thought in advance of the design creation. The result is information architecture. The term information architecture is already a few decades old and has been used for many different…

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Tooltip Design: Useful Microinteractions for a Learning Effect

Microinteractions are your website’s most important UI elements. Tooltips are a part of that, but they require even more diligence in terms of conception and realization. In the end, the microinteractions are what makes the difference between a good and a bad website. In times where basic design becomes increasingly more similar, a distinction is…

Link: https://www.noupe.com/design/tooltip-design-microinteractions.html

DIY Tutorials (Not Just) for Web Designers: Create Explainer Videos Easily

You find creating explainer videos tempting, but don’t think you can do it? Well, you’re a web designer, and I’m sure you’ve already made a few animated design elements come to life. There’s room for improvement, and it’s called mysimpleshow. Quickly Create Explainer Videos With mysimpleshow We all know these animated tutorials where someone manually slides…

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