1. What is information architecture? At its most basic, information architecture is the construction of a structure or the organization of information. On the Web, information architecture is a combination of organizing a site’s content into categories and creating an interface to support those categories. It stems from traditional architecture, which is made up of […]
I was recently posed the question about showing icons in both the headers and in the sub-sets of data for activities like; printing, exporting, changing views etc. He had made it so that this subset of activities were hidden until an activity was spawned. IE a cell of data was clicked or hovered over, then […]
Summary The Worker ReEmployment portal currently resides on the CareerOneStop website. Under direction from the White House (WH), the site was updated to include the following: More content integration from other government sites (e.g.: benefit.gov), better flow for people to access Unemployment information on a Federal and State level, including access to other resources that […]
While acting as the (shadow) Creative Director on all “new development” at Fossil I was sent to initially build Watch Station for them. However I ended up working on putting all of the new tricks from Watch Station onto the Fossil.com, and Diesel websites. Then to find further work for me to do; Fossil asked […]
Travelocity Design Comps The completed Travelocity project is what it’s all about. Although architectural artifacts such as process flows, sitemaps, and wireframes all play an important part in getting to this point, once color hits the screen and the project begins to emerge from wireframe-land… Well, that’s when the excitement really begins!
PFSweb – Rogaine Website The Rogaine website was a simple site in itself, but each product is driven by a different team whose marketing initiatives ran congruently to one another. Once it was determined that a product was driven by whatever entrance site we kept a string that showed the user only the male or […]