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Re: [agile-usability] Re: How to copy files to an iPod?

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  • david broschinsky
    if you are doing a full hardware build, yes a button is hard to move. If you are making mockups with modeling materials,(wood, shaped plastics or even clay to
    Message 1 of 7 , Sep 12, 2006
      if you are doing a full hardware build, yes a button is hard to move.
      If you are making mockups with modeling materials,(wood, shaped plastics
      or even clay to start with) the ability to change a button becomes much
      easier. Very akin to paper prototyping which I would recommend to anyone.

      daveb

      mobilehaqwin wrote:
      >
      > However, the hardware part is harder to do fully agile, when a button
      > is place its hard to move around. You can't just refactor the hardware
      > of iPod without considerable cost. But the paper (or in this case
      > shiny white plastic) mockup could be done agile. And yes I think both
      > hardware and software would be better.
      >
      > / Håkan Reis / Dotway <http://www.dotway.se> / http://blog.reis.se
      >
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