La ricerca conferma la “lean back experience”, già nota nell’utilizzo dei tablet, la cui fruizione è prevalentemente domestica con il 73% delle peraone che lo usa a letto ed il 96% sul divano, un’abitudine di consumo molto simile a quella di riviste e giornali.
Because, across the board, there is too much content—the competition is fierce and we need to battle for the audience’s (increasingly limited) attention span.
Of course, technical communicators are at the frontline of this skirmish.
To make matters worse, our content has gone ‘social’. It’s out every night getting googled, getting shared and generally tripping the light fantastic. It used to be that a screenshot and a numbered list were enough. Not anymore. Now, it’s all about fluffy cocktails and Manolo Blahnik high heels.
The Web Style Guide site houses an unabridged, online version of the third edition of "Web Style Guide: Basic Design Principles for Creating Web Sites", by Patrick J. Lynch and Sarah Horton.
Written for web site designers in corporations, government, nonprofit organizations, and academic institutions, the book explains established design principles and covers all aspects of web design—from planning to production to maintenance.
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How many of us still base our daily working lives around the sending and receiving of emails? Yes, thought so, me too. We all know its not the most efficient way to communicate or collaborate with more than one person, to gain feedback on projects, etc., yet we still use it most, if not all day.