Long Page Sketches

September 10th, 2009


Quite often user interface pages will have to be long and scroll. As obvious as it sounds, here is a sketch which supports this. Jason has simply decreased the size of his frames and made them taller. On the same note, one of his sketches also makes use of a zigzagged line. I would guess that has been done to suggest a continuation of sorts, allowing him to communicate that there is more to the page without having to go into detail. I also like the heavy emphasis used on the title. Nice!

Credits: Jason Robb

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One Response to “Long Page Sketches”

  1. Jason Robb Says:

    Thanks for posting this, Jakub. I appreciate the commentary, too.

    The zig zag is exactly that, a hint that the page goes on, but it's not worth elaborating on. The big thick title is a big thick sharpie! :)