This is our third blog which will outline useful resources recommended by our consultants. This week we are looking at forms, information architecture and mobiles.
A great reference guide to dip in and out of. Good practical solutions and examples for all levels, ideal for designers.
In comparison to Wrobleski’s book, this is about the whole process of form design, considering personas, persuasion etc. It’s like an instruction manual.
An absolute bible for Information Architecture. It needs no other description.
Extremely useful book for anyone thinking about or who has conducted card sorting. It is laid out in such a way that you can dip in and out of the section of interest. Not just for beginners, this book provides great pieces of advice to seasoned Information Architecture professionals.
Useful for an introduction, but now very dated.
Next weeks blog, the last of the recommended reading guide, will look at design & usability resources.
Good, if a little too academic. Pre-Safari but introduces issues faced by handsets/providers pre-Safari.