01
Apr
10

mainnavsubnavsubsubnav

so i tried putting together some sub nav pages for the moma website.  Its just set up structurally, without any content.  I didn’t have any time to make it pretty.  But i think it will work as its pretty basic.  However, the way I set it up, there’s going to be some discrepancy with the main nav at the top of the page as far as what the links are called and how it might make navigation a little confusing.  So, this is only a rough idea of how it could work.

And I did some work on overall look of the sight.  not really happy with it yet, but I think its a small step forward.

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01
Apr
10

i know we already talked about this in class, but for list tutorials i went to listamatic and it was great.  step by step instructions that were very easy to follow.  l recommend it to those making a list.

http://css.maxdesign.com.au/listamatic/

17
Mar
10

Div Structure Tutorial

http://bst-softwaredevs.com/howto/articles/HowTo-coding-div.html

this webpage was less than helpful.  my favorite tutorial on div structure were the videos Jamie posted from youtube.com in GR DES 66.  I don’t remember the name, but he set everything div up in a crazy color so you could easily tell every one apart.

The tutorial I found is a little dull and convoluted.  Maybe I’ve got to find some more interesting blogs for web design info…

11
Mar
10

wireframe

okay, this was done incorrectly but here’s what I came up with.  On the other hand I am sitting in class understanding it right now.

wireframe

02
Mar
10

To Be More Clear…

My notes, which aren’t that legible at this size and resolution go over some ideas of how the criteria of the personas dictate the design of the page.  For instance trying to create a page for the computer savvy youth and people who almost never use their computer.  The idea would be to have the first level of navigation fit all info on a page that fits a computer screen.  No scrolling, no blocks of text, just imagery, navigation and blurbs or links.  More in depth content comes with the second or third layer pages, areas with schedules, blogs, blocks of content, scrolling pages and so on.

I have a rough design, big Moma logo, and pages that are color coded by the buttons and graphics that will be part of the page bg.  The base of the page is white, going for a clean look, not too crowded, content to be blocked out in a straight forward manner.

Also, I have a couple of pro/con lists as well as a rough comp of the site and a site map as it exists now.

Ry

02
Mar
10

WhoaMa

So, there’s a lot of info on the moma site.  lots of pages.  lots of content.  not daunting at all.  really.

and here’s some of my ideas…

25
Feb
10

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