Sep 12, 2008

Simple Layout and Centered Orientation

Simple layout and centered orientation is very important element in website. Now, everyone like to serve the internet for look a many information. Simple layout is one of the factor to make it easy for the people look the website. Tang and Yuan 2006 say se of simplified layouts with RDR constraints has implications to the design migration process.. Automatic design migration is an essential process to achieve maximum productivity. For me simple layout must be have a simple graphic element, and the information in website must be clear and street to the point. The layout the page must be read in a straightforward way from top to bottom, and you don't find your eye skipping around trying to work out what to look at. It's a much calmer and more solid browsing experience than in times gone by. Baresi and Morasca (2007) say that Modern Web applications are no longer mere hypertextual information repositories.

Centered orientation in the website is content goes in the centre of the screen. with centered orientation people can read or look the page of the web very easy and clear. Centered orientation is one of the wisdom has always been that we should try to get as much information Kurvinen et. al. (2006) say that user-centered design is a research and thus commercially successful products or design. More the important thing about Centered orientation is look comfortable with scrolling, and we're willing to put up with scrolling for the benefits of increased white space and line height. ModernWeb applications are no longer mere hypertextual information repositories.


- Tang, X. and Yuan, X. 2006. Technology migration techniques for simplified layouts with restrictive design rules. In Proceedings of the 2006 IEEE/ACM international Conference on Computer-Aided Design (San Jose, California, November 05 - 09, 2006). ICCAD '06. ACM, New York, NY, 655-660.

- Kurvinen, E., Aftelak, A., and Häyrynen, A. 2006. User-centered design in the context of large and distributed projects. In CHI '06 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Montréal, Québec, Canada, April 22 - 27, 2006). CHI '06. ACM, New York, NY, 995-1000

- Baresi, L. and Morasca, S. 2007. Three empirical studies on estimating the design effort of Web applications. ACM Trans. Softw. Eng. Methodol. 16, 4 (Sep. 2007), 15.

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