By Hagan Rivers, Two Rivers Consulting
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54 pages, November, 2006
Are you starting to build complex web applications? Do you want to create a solid web app architecture? Do you know how to go from a feature list to a full-fledged application? Do you know when to choose between popular design elements, such as tabs, menus, links, and breadcrumbs, when creating your designs?
To help you tackle these design challenges, Hagan Rivers, a pioneer designer of web applications, has written a comprehensive, 54-page report that deconstructs some of today's most complex web applications. In this report, she'll walk you through the design techniques employed by Amazon.com, Microsoft Money, Yahoo! Mail, Shutterfly, and Blogger, among others.
When building a successful web application, it's essential for design teams to understand the structure behind the application. For many designers, it can be tough to figure out where to start. Hagan Rivers has personally designed more than 70 products and, along the way, she's learned a lot about what does and doesn't work.
In this all-inclusive report, Hagan gives you step-by-step guidance through the process of creating successful web applications. You'll learn:
Throughout the report, Hagan uses SupportSuite, an online help desk and support solutions website, as a real-world case study. You’ll deconstruct SupportSuite's design, dissecting it to produce a structure diagram. You’ll identify SupportSuite's hubs and interviews and walk through the step-by-step process for building a structure diagram. Finally, you’ll add new structures to the architecture and see how they translate into a refined design, making the application simpler and easier to use, while maintaining all the same functionality.
Hagan Rivers has worked non-stop pioneering design techniques for creating stylish and useful applications and remained on the cutting edge of application design technology. At the birth of the web, she worked the very first web-based interfaces. She led the design of Netscape 1.0 to 4.0, while simultaneously working on designs for Windows, Mac OS, and Motif.
Today, Hagan continues to push the envelope of web application design as a partner at Two Rivers Consulting. Her clients include both well-established and emerging companies, as well as non-profit organizations. Hagan is the expert everyone turns to when they need help with their hardest web application design projects, and you’ll get the benefit of her years of expertise when you read this report.
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