- Taschenbuch: 486 Seiten
- Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates; Auflage: 2 (3. September 2002)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0596000359
- ISBN-13: 978-0596000356
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 3,2 x 23,3 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 44 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 623.276 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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InformationArchitecture for the WWW (Classique Us) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 3. September 2002
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"Full of essential information, this is a book that should be required reading for anyone working with any web technologies." PC Plus, Jan 2003
Written by two leading Web site consultants, this book explains how to merge aesthetics and mechanics for distinctive, cohesive Web sites that work. It focuses on the framework that holds the two together. By applying the principles outlined in this updated edition, the reader should learn how to build Web sites and intranets that are easier to navigate and appealing to users, as well as scalable and simple to maintain. The book also teaches: how to develop a strong, cohesive vision for a site that makes it both distinctive and usable; how to organize a site's hierarchy in ways that are meaningful to its users and that minimize the need to re-engineer the site; how to create navigation systems so that users can move through the site without getting lost and frustrated; how to label a site's content in the language of the users; how to organize a site in a way that supports both searching for specific items and casual browsing; how to configure search systems so that users' queries actually retrieve meaningful results; and how to manage the process of developing information architecture, from selling the concept to research and conceptual design to planning and production.Alle Produktbeschreibungen
Rosenfeld and Morville explain how to design web *sites* that work. Anyone who thinks they want to design a web site should read this book and really think about its contents; if the principles described herein were applied intelligently, the Web would be a much nicer, more interesting and more useful place.
Especially useful for consultants - sample questions and worksheets to give clients to help you get a better understanding of what they want and help them understand your role?
They show you examples of sites that have bad navigation, labeling etc. and examples of good sites too.
It contains a lot of useful usability information - why frames are bad etc.
Also at this price every web programmer/designer should have a copy.
Information Architecture for the World Wide Web offers readers the guidance they need to design Websites that are easy to manage, navigate, and expand as mission requirements change. Rather than discussing strict HTML and Web graphics design, the authors focus upon the actual mapping out of Websites to insure that they are properly structured and will deliver content in an efficient and orderly manner.
Rosenfeld and Morville outline the main job tasks of the information architect and the disciplinary background they should possess or cultivate. They cite backgrounds in library science, journalism, engineering, marketing, graphics design, and computer science as essential disciplines to be embraced. When brought together and put into practice they will perform important roles in developing an eye and mindset for successful Web development.
The authors discuss important Website design considerations such as the productive use of screen real estate, navigational bars, frames, pull-down menus, and other features that can be employed to effectively deliver Website content. Although this line of instruction is not the main emphasis of the book, the brief addressing of these features assist readers to gain added perspective of the overall strategy of delivering, you guessed it, Web content!
Readers are instructed to perform thorough research to determine answers to questions such as: What are the goals? What can your clients afford? Who are the intended audiences? Why will people visit a site? What types of content should and should not be part of the site? Answers to these and other questions should be determining factors throughout the entire Web development process.
Readers will find the discussions involving brainstorming extremely helpful. This activity should be of major concern during the Web development process. The use of boards, flipcharts, mockups, design sketches, developing prototypes, metaphor exploration, creating scenarios, and structured blueprints can greatly enhance the entire development process.
Reading this book will be for many a refreshing and stimulating experience. Readers will gain valuable behind-the-scenes insight necessary to successfully design Websites that not only look good but perform well to achieve intended goals. Good HTML, programming language scripts, and flashy Web graphics are not enough. Pick up some solid visionary thinking skills. Highly recommended!
The basic info also seems to ramble on and get restated rather than expounded upon. Overall the book does hit on some interesting point, but the lessons could have been condensed and more case studies could have been added.
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