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Beyond Whitespace: Designing For Complex Content (2016)

Beyond Whitespace: Designing For Complex Content (2016)

We’re all enamored with the minimalist websites that employ only the most essential use of color, images, and space. But what happens when the volume of information can’t be boiled down to something that simple? We’ll explore how to use design principles to organize and display elaborate user experiences like mega-menus, massive news sites, high-information catalog pages, and multi-level interactions.

Michelle Schulp Hunt

April 25, 2016

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  1. @marktimemedia “Clutter and overload are not an attribute of information,

    they are failures of design. If the information is in chaos, instead fix the design.” — Edward Tufte
  2. @marktimemedia RESOURCES • Nielsen Norman Group https://www.nngroup.com/articles/ • A List

    Apart http://alistapart.com/article/ux-for-the-enterprise • Uday Gajendar https://medium.com/@udanium/why-i-design- enterprise-ux-fa74e9f12671#.5tek1yke8 • Edward Tufte http://www.edwardtufte.com/bboard/