Monday, October 17, 2011

Interactivity principles for your digital design journey

Afternoon snack

Jason Cranford Teague published an excellent slideshow called 9 Principles for Interactive Credibility. Although the slideshow is a bit on the long side (102 slides), it's definitely useful not just for designers but for anyone who has to communicate with clients and co-workers. 

If you're in a hurry, you can chew on the gist of it noted in the list or have a look at the complete slideshow below. I recommend watching - it's worth the time!

9 Principles for Interactive Credibility
1 - Be sincere
2 - Know your voice
3 - Preserve context
4 - Transition changes
5 - Guide, don't dictate
6 - Show then tell
7 - Keep your promises
8 - Make it simple, not simplistic
9 - Leave them wanting more
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