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Six Design Lessons From The Apple Store Sunday, May 28, 2006

Posted by VoeD in Articles, Design.

Apple Store San FranciscoJesse James Garrett from Adaptive Path, who also happens to be the person responsible for overloading a household liquid cleaning agent brand name for a technique for asynchronous communication/interaction design for weblications (which actually has been around for years before any name was given to it) wrote a rather interesting article in conjunction with the launch of Apple's fifth store in San Francisco in 2004.

  1. Create an experience, not an artifact.
  2. Honor context.
  3. Prioritize your messages.
  4. Institute consistency.
  5. Design for change.
  6. Don’t forget the human element.


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