CS 160: Web Design Patterns. Professor John Canny. Model Human Processor. Long-term Memory. Working Memory. sensory buffers. Visual Image Store. Auditory Image Store. Eyes. Motor Processor. Cognitive Processor. Perceptual Processor. Ears. Fingers, etc.
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Professor John Canny
Fingers, etc.The Model Human Processor
Sensory Image Store
Long Term Memory
chunking / elaborationStage Theory
Collaborative and common areas in buildings.
Open spaces are inviting, but people want a sense of enclosure for private discussions.
Create an space that invites collaboration but also supports private discussion.
Pages that are the entry point for a web site.
People are attracted by novelty and good design, attention span is very short on the web, home pages are regularly updated.
What to capture and hold visitors attention, encourage return visits, and be easy to maintain
Appropriate link names and familiar language?
looking at GUEST PROFILES (another pattern)
Appropriate colors & graphics?
neon green & screaming graphics on a skateboarding site, but not on a business-to-business or health siteSix Ways to Make a Good Home Page
Focus on a single item of interest
Build your site brand
Make navigation easy
Lure visitors to return
Make it download quickly (2-3 seconds)
quantity w/ a way to change
a way to remove itemHow to Apply Shopping Carts