RE: [agile-usability] Re: yeah Ron! - good example of UI guidelines
- okay... my download of the ppt files is roaring along at 0.7 KB/sec.reminds me of when i was in my russian apartment on an old hayes modem and pulse dial!geesh!
-- jon-----Original Message-------- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jeff Patton" <jpatton@a...>
From: Ron Vutpakdi [mailto:vutpakdi@...]
Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 2:23 PM
Subject: [agile-usability] Re: yeah Ron! - good example of UI guidelines
> Take a look at all Ron's stuff here:
Another way to get to these files is just to go to the "Files" section
(http://groups.yahoo.com/group/agile-usability/files/) and then look
in the Vutpakdi Expamples&Presentation folder.
My talk at the 2004 UPA conference is the PowerPoint file. The notes
on each slide contain considerably more text than the actual slides.
The Evil DUG poster is something that was created specifically for
Landmark to educate developers, get buy in from usability, QM, and
support folks (since I surveyed them for the top ten ways to annoy
users), and publicize our usability site (DUG). I don't expect that
you'll be able to use the DUG poster as is (since Landmark's top ten
ways may not be applicable for you), but the idea may be helpful.
The DUG Tip Sheet examples are examples of the 1 page tip sheets that
get periodically released.