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Nine Tips For Designing Rich Internet Applications Sunday, May 28, 2006

Posted by VoeD in Articles, Design.
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I'm starting to wonder how many different terms are there for the "thing": Web 2.0, Weblications, WebApps, Internet Applications, Ajax sites, etc. Im not saying that they are all one and the same, but we can't deny that they do intersect.

Anyway, here is Bill Scot's take on Nine Tips for Designing Rich Internet Applications that he presented for the WebGuild at Google:

  1. Make it directly interactive
  2. Make it inviting
  3. Use lightweight, in-context popups instead of page transitions where possible
  4. Use real-estate creatively
  5. Cross page boundaries reluctantly
  6. Create a light footprint
  7. Think of your interactions as storyboards
  8. Communicate transitions
  9. Think in objects

I like this quote of Cooper he cited: "Where there is output, let there be input" hehehe… (who is Cooper?)

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