The Elements of User Experience: User-Centered Design for the Web
Smart organizations recognize that Web design is more than just creating clean code and sharp graphics. A site that really works fulfills your strategic objectives while meeting the needs of your users. Even the best content and the most sophisticated technology won't help you balance those goals without a cohesive, consistent user experience to support it.
But creating th...more
It seems that, of the five planes of the user experience development process (the surface plane, the skeleton plane, the structure plane, the scope plane and...more
Strategy(user needs, site objectives),
Scope(functional spedifications, content requirements),
Structure(interaction design, information architecture),
Skeleton(information design), and
It takes a holistic look at the subject of user experience and provides a very useful vocabulary for all the elements involved in user experience design.
The author provides a model that consists of 5 planes that cover the abstract as well as the concrete aspects of the user experience.
The 5 planes are:
1- Strategy (why you're building the site for you and your users)
5- Surface (the visual elements of th...more
Книга будет интересна только новичкам или узкопрофильным специалистам. Большинство рекомендаций из области "здравого смысла", которые приобрели популярность с распространением IT технологий в массах.
Очень трудно было читать на русском - во первых, перевод если и без грубых ошибок, то все же написан слишком формальным языком и, как следствие, воспринимается в большим трудом; во вторых - мне лично очень редко приходится читать...more
Garrett considers five overlapping planes in website design: the surfa...more
So far, it's concise and Garrett does a nice job of making sure that a web developer doesn't leave a reading of the book with impression that user-centered design isn't connected to a much bigger discipline, human factors design. Garrett hasn't used that word -- or Computer Human Int...more
This is a good grounding in how to do user experience design, though I didn't find much new here that I wasn't already aware of before.
I expect that this would make a great introduction to the field for people who want to get into it, or who need to work with UX people.
Garrett touched on the importance of success metrics early into the book and it sparked my interest. With so much to cover in such a small time, this subject wasn't discussed in my curriculum. When applying learned...more
Garrett authored The Elements of User Experience, a conceptual model of user-centered des...more