Essay Cove

Essay Cove

Choose a website that is horribly designed. It must be a real site, though if the site you want to recreate is too big, you should select a specific portion of it. Ideally, it is one you enjoy using, and have thought ‘man, if I build this, I would have done it this way…’ —…

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Choose a website that is horribly designed. It must be a real site, though if the site you want to recreate is too big, you should select a specific portion of it. Ideally, it is one you enjoy using, and have thought ‘man, if I build this, I would have done it this way…’ —…

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Choose a website that is horribly designed. It must be a real site, though if the site you want to recreate is too big, you should select a specific portion of it. Ideally, it is one you enjoy using, and have thought ‘man, if I build this, I would have done it this way…’ —…

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You will pick a user interface to evaluate. This could be your favorite (or favorite to hate) website, grocery store checkout system, etc. You will then systematically evaluate the pros and cons of the selected software in terms of usabilty. Again, I want at least three peer-reviewed references for how you address usability. Note: Make…

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You will pick a user interface to evaluate. This could be your favorite (or favorite to hate) website, grocery store checkout system, etc. You will then systematically evaluate the pros and cons of the selected software in terms of usabilty. Again, I want at least three peer-reviewed references for how you address usability. Note: Make…

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All semester we’ve been learning about how designed things are constructions, made up of a bunch of parts. These parts work together to communicate something. Reference the information provided in Workbook no.2: Visual Thesaurus, and make a poster using the information provided by the client in Workbook no. 2 (The name of the event, the…

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Read one or more of the following articles: “Design Patterns: When Breaking The Rules Is OK (https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2012/06/design-patterns-when-breaking-rules-ok/)”. “Why a cookie-cutter design system won’t work for your organization (https://www.abstract.com/blog/cookie-cutter-design-system-lyft)” “Overcoming Material Design (https://uxdesign.cc/ive-grown-to-hate-material-design-5a6d9fc9bc00)” Answer all the following questions in your discussion post: 1. What do you think are the strengths and weaknesses of using pre-made design…

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