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Where is Tin Hau?. Where is Tai Koo?. Schemes of composition and organization Linear > easiest Matrix >okay Clusters >difficult. http://www.visualthesaurus.com/online/index.html. Clusters are very effective in representing ideas.

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Schemes of composition and organization
    • Linear >easiest
    • Matrix >okay
    • Clusters >difficult
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Asymptote and Virtual Guggenheim
  • http://www.asymptote.net
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Virtual Guggenheim by Asymptote.

No matter what the complexity is, linear

navigation is the only practical solution

finding a dominating direction
finding a dominating direction

Vertical or horizental?

vertical
Vertical:
  • Golden peak park
    • http://vail.snow.com/terrainpark/vr505.html
  • Diesel
    • http://dieselmarketing.com
horizental
Horizental:

Yu Ying Yuang

http://www.pem.org/yinyutang/

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What is the web?

-a collection of digital resources

-a connection between people

-why is there a designer?

-where is art in the scheme of things?

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Why Flash?

-design directly

-easy to create motion and animation

-everybody sees the same thing (well, almost)

-designer and artist have all the control!!

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Why Not Flash?

-it is a plug in

-breaks all the browser tools

-defeats the true purpose of the web

-too easy to use, leading to bad design

Example: Parsons School of Design

-www.parsons.edu

-breaks all the browser tools

-www.adamsgolf.com

-large meta tags

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Flash will never be able to be fully accessible, as web devices are fast growing

-Augmentative and Alternative Communication Devices

-Screen Reader Software

-Tactile Output device

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Gratuitous Flash:

-http://www.kmb.hk/

A Beautiful Experience?

-http://www.gazing-into-raindrops.com/flash.html

Not Gratuitous, but problematic

-http://www.martielotoledo.com/

-http://www.undocorp.com/

Do you need flash to be cool?

-http://julien.moulin.free.fr/

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Why HTML?

-efficiency in storage, update, delivery

-accessible for search engines and translations

-easy to personalize and reassemble

-users have all the control!!

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Why not HTML?

-wants to be ugly

-not designer friendly

-wants to be static