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Anthony Stonehouse's Blog

 

Anthony Stonehouse blogs about visual UI design and games on his site thewanderlust.net

He started work as a web designer in 1997 and has since designed interfaces for web/mobile sites, apps and games; kiosks; and specific UI for bespoke hardware. He has also graduated from a Masters in Graphic Communication.

“I’m passionate about crafting beautiful, seamless interactions for digital content — along with gaming, photography and raising my one year old son”.

Anthony has been living and working in London since 2006 where he is currently a Design Director at DigitasLBi. He has previously lived in Japan, the UAE and Australia (where he is originally from).

 

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Posted by Anthony Stonehouse on Thu, 27 Feb 2014 07:06:00 EST in Design
Games adopt UI elements that blend traditional patterns with the game's narrative. This article leverages existing research in an attempt to categorise the UI elements.



Anthony Stonehouse's Comments

Comment In: [Blog - 02/27/2014 - 07:06]

I think all the patterns ...

I think all the patterns will continue to exist in some capacity, even with VR. It 's just nice to document the differences and hopefully help inform which type of UI is most appropriate for the content. Games do feel more immersive without non-diegetic patterns but there are times when ...