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The Washington Post for iPad – Modules and Rules

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

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It’s easy to spot the grid within the section pages in The Post’s iPad app and notice how each story is treated in a singular way. This isn’t far off from the way the newspaper treats stories — but it’s a much different approach from what you see on the web, where stories are packaged with [...]

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Designing The Washington Post for iPad – Detailed Wireframes

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

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Tackling navigation was a huge part of the detailed wireframing process. I immersed myself in the ways a user might get from one thing to another and how I could leverage iPad device capabilities. For weeks I walked around thinking things like… Should it be a tap or a swipe? Would any double mouse-clickers try [...]

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Designing The Washington Post App for iPad

Monday, November 8, 2010

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Beginning the Design Process Before getting started, I gave some serious thought to the following questions: How do I approach design for a device that has yet to develop standards and rules? What is the best way to showcase The Washington Post in this space? Who will download the app — are they print subscribers? [...]

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