Though only a handful of the many techniques related to information architecture and visual design are covered in this chapter, an understanding of these methodologies should help us get started.
Utilizing techniques such as reality mapping, paper prototyping, and the various task flow diagramming techniques illustrated in this chapter will help us organize our content to establish a cohesive and thorough design solution.
Employing methodologies such as mood boards, design scorecards, and designing in the browser can help us work through the subjectivity often found in the visual design phase. They can speed up the design process and help us communicate with our clients more effectively.
Further exploration and study of these and other information ...