Posts Tagged ‘ content page ’

Information hierarchy made simple

Did you easily find a place to start reading on this page?

Information hierarchy has been created by taking one element from this content page and doing something different with it.

The typesize is a little larger than the other headings which obviously helps, but the simple placement of the type is what makes it stand out from the other information. The position associates it with the photo thereby connecting both type and image.

[ Inc. February 2011 ]

Information hierarchy: Harvard Business Review

Two pages from the November issue of Harvard Business Review demonstrate excellent typographic hierarchy and organization.

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.