Revision for “Order” created on March 28, 2015 @ 00:59:05
The position in relation to other elements in an interface or interaction. <strong>Examples:</strong> <ul> <li>Menus are usually give a first position on a webpage. With in a menu there are main pages and potentially hidden subpages.</li> <li>Blogs and applications that feed in new information are often in reverse chronological order, giving importance to the most recent information.</li> <li>In text, the order we read something affects our understanding.</li> </ul> <strong>Orientational:</strong> Order is an effective way to create hierarchy to direct a user through the product or to show the importance of something. The most important steps might come first: this could be the most critical steps or the ones that the user might do the most frequently. Often used in conjunction with <a href="../../45/scale/">scale</a>, weight, and <a href="../../9/color/">color</a> to show importance.
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