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Percievability

Is to become aware of (something) directly through any of the senses, especially the sight or hearing. This can have a huge impact when it comes to website design and website interaction. For example, when presenting information on a page it must be presented in a clear way to Read more…

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James Phillips

Hi I’m James, I’m in my first year studying interactive media design at the University of Northumbria Newcastle. After studying more generic courses at A-level in Peterborough (Business, Psychology and Media) I’m now able to Read more…

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Charlie Hetherington

  Hi I’m Charlie I’m am currently in my first year studying interactive media design at the University of Northumbria Newcastle. Previous to Northumbria I lived in many places growing up including Spain, South Africa and Kenya allowing Read more…

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Olly Stanley

Hi I’m Olly, I’m currently studying Interactive Media Design at Northumbria University in my first year. My background consists of studying A-Levels at The Minster School in Nottinghamshire including Maths, Art, Graphics, and Physics; but Read more…

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Website Usability

Web usability is about making your website in such a way that your site users can find what they’re looking for quickly and efficiently without it confusing them. A usable website can reap huge benefits on to Read more…

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Website Standards

The World Wide Web Consortium introduced web standards, they are rules and guidelines developed to try and create consistency within a web page. So basically it determines how a web page is shown in a visitor’s Read more…

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Visual Heirarchy

Visual hierarchy is one of the most important principles behind good web design. It’s the order in which the human eye perceives what it sees. Page Scanning Patterns We all read from the top down and most Read more…

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