RE: [agile-usability] Re: Mouse Abuse [Was: Designing for incremental delivery vs. big-bang delivery]
- negative examples can be very illustrative of the impact of the "offense."some people use a "wall of shame" to highlight what not to do (without blaming people)some sights use it to teach: http://www.webpagesthatsuck.com for example :=)always being positive isn't always what it's cracked up to be :=)
-- jon-----Original Message-------- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Gary <macomber@s...> wrote:
From: Ron Vutpakdi [mailto:vutpakdi@...]
Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2004 2:56 PM
Subject: [agile-usability] Re: Mouse Abuse [Was: Designing for incremental delivery vs. big-bang delivery]
> I'm curious, are you tailoring the tip sheets to the critical issues
> they are dealing with at the time?
Where possible, yes, and if a developer has a specific question that
is of general interest, I'll make a tip sheet out of it (albeit partly
because I need ideas for decent tip sheets).
I do stay away from negative examples unless they are so generalized
that people are highly unlikely to interpret the example as a directed
attack on their baby.
> Once had a very good Developer tell me that if the UI style guide
> product line) was more than a few pages and didn't consist of annotated
> pictures it wouldn't get used.
Unfortunately, the longer something is, the less likely people are
going to read pretty much anything unless they're interested in the
topic or they're required to read it. Just a human tendency, I think.
- Anthony Williams wrote:
> I'm sure there's a variant on PNG that can animateThanks; I made a note of it. But InternetExploiter and
> ..... checks ImageMagick
> docs ..... MNG.
> IIRC, Mozilla has optional MNG support.
Windows XP don't support MNG, so I can't use MNG
without introducing new systems.
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