Information hierarchy: mapping content creatively

Below are the assignments from last week that I believe are the most inventive. When reviewing them remember the criteria: hierarchy, organization and experimentation. Not all the assignments shown meet all the criteria, so evaluate them to see which do and which don’t. I look forward to reading your comments.

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    • Molly McLaughlin
    • October 25th, 2010

    I think the page on the left in the 3rd row is really wonderfully designed. I think the organization of the type within the letters for “contents” is very creative and works well. I also really like the dimmed letters running in the background which creates an interesting texture without being too distracting. I think the use of red and bold type to differentiate the hierarchy for titles and categories was also well developed. The only thing I found a little distracting/hard to read were the broken up titles in the letters “O” and “N”. Other than that, great page.

    • By the broken up titles, do you mean the letters in red type?

        • Molly McLaughlin
        • October 26th, 2010

        Yes, as well as the hyphenated “Entertainment”

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