In every field of design one of the first things students do is learn from the work of others. They study and break down real-world examples in order to understand the underlying principles and patterns that make for successful design. Then they learn to apply these to their own set of problems. The real trick is to apply them in a nuanced manner. To be nuanced is "to be sensitive to delicate differences of style." Most of the art in crafting a rich experience on the Web can be summed up with this one word -- 'nuance'.
Over the last 24 years Bill has been involved in the study of nuanced design in crafting rich interfaces. Prior to joining Netflix, Bill led the effort to launch the public Yahoo! Design Pattern Library where he cataloged many examples of common design patterns. More recently Bill has been working on an upcoming O'Reilly book on design that explores the nuance of rich Web interfaces.
In this talk, Bill summarizes his study of rich interaction with just six design principles. Each principle is illustrated with a set of design patterns and real world examples. Each example is broken down to tease out the nuance of good design. In addition the not-so-good examples are illustrated as 'anti-patterns' to avoid.
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AJAXWorld Security Bootcamp
On March 18, 2008, AJAXWorld University's "AJAX Security Bootcamp" will be an intensive, one-day hands-on training program that will teach Web developers and designers how to build high-quality AJAX applications from beginning to end.
Held the day before the AJAXWorld Conference & Expo begins, the Bootcamp is intended to be the premier AJAX Security instructional program presently available anywhere.
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