I’ll be out of town until Monday, but feel free to use the blog for peer feedback. See you at the final! -TH
Hope these links help!
I found this on Apple’s website… It looks as tho they greatly increased typeface support with the new OS.
Visual Design for Mobil Apps VisualDesign_10_studyguide by Ryan Legaspi
Project 1: Part II Milestones
- Complete your redesigned web site based on in-class feedback.
- Revised version of your web site due in Narrativ format Thursday, 2/27
- Be sure to also bring a copy of your site in screen-optimized PDF format. Name the new file “GGP2_Firstname_Lastname.pdf” (Using your first and last name.) Note: if the PDF file in your original presentation included the persona/mood board slides you don’t have to include them again in this version.
- Add your revised website and notes from in-class feedback to your process book and re-submit it with your final presentation.
- Make sure your PDF file, Narrativ presentation and revised process book are all ready before class begins on Thursday.
Project 2 Preparation
- Based on research you’ve already completed for the Golden Gate Park web site, begin compiling a list of ideas for custom-made Mobile Apps that would be useful to park visitors.
As we begin Phase II of our first project, it’s nice to see that even the best out there didn’t create pure magic on their first try. I present to you the Apple web site circa 1996:
I’ve attached two examples of a “Mood Board” for web projects here:
Attached is my Design Brief, Persona, and Other related questions for phase 1 of the project.
I got kinda funky with my layout. Please feel free to give me feedback!
I decided to highlight a website about the most recent exhibit at MOMA’s New York Location.
I was lucky enough to see this exhibit over break. It was very fascinating. The site allows you to go beyond what you would see at the MOMA exhibit online. The website was made by design firm Hello Monday.