1 - October 7
is dedicated to the generation and dissemination of information on
computer graphics and interactive techniques.
following articles located in your reading pack and use them in
this week's discussion.
Can Cripple a Website
Good Designers Redesign, Great Designers Realign
How to Plan Manpower on a Web Team
Calling All Designers: Learn to Write!
World Grows Small: Open Standards for the Global Web
Home Page Goals
Unfortunately many of
the sources that have been used for readings such as newspapers
and magazines no longer keep their links active. For this reason,
under Fair Use guidelines, you have been given a reading pack. You
are not allowed to distribute the readings in any form.
Khazar is an award-winning multimedia producer and
designer with 19 years experience in the interactive community.
He was one of the first producers to create disk-based advertising
collateral for IBM-PC's and Apple II's, and has been continuously
creating interactive media for CD ROM's, Enhanced-CD's and the
Web ever since. His clients have ranged from Broadvision to
Oracle, BMW to Ogilvy & Mather, Dow Jones to Chase Manhattan
Bank, and Apple to HP. He's judged interactive media awards
for the New Media Invision Award from 1993 to 2000 and the 80th
Art Directors Club of New York Annual New Media Division Awards
Schatzberger, began his career doing CD-ROM design; there
were no defined interaction rules and enough data space to integrate
video, animation and sound. He later moved into narrowband Web
design. His training provided the perfect skills for designing
for broadband services. He currently works for Motorola in Chicago
where he's working on interface design for the latest mobile
two web sites that you think that have an excellent design. Go to
the WebXACT web site
and run a check to see if they get accessibility approval.
Refer to this exercise
in this weeks discussion
following question to BEGIN this week's discussion
In your opinion what
are the most important design issues that are neglected? Why?
Go to the Bulletin
and begin the discussion
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