Design walkthrough meeting on Thursday?
eli at media.berkeley.edu
Thu Jun 5 21:33:47 UTC 2008
You're such a tease... show us!
Then let us figure out a way to make the 20 work. We're a creative
bunch, I'm sure that we can figure out a way.
On Jun 5, 2008, at 1:40 PM, Jonathan Hung wrote:
> I echo Colin's remarks. Today's meeting was really good!
> During the discussion I became inspired and doodled two alternatives
> to the pager design... and they're keyboard navigable too. Erin and I
> chatted about it and it seems really cool, but one design falls in the
> 20 of the 80/20 rule.
> Aside remark: what if programming for that 20 adds that "delight"
> aspect to a design? Should that 20 be pursued?
> I think Erin is going to help make some pretty illustrations of
> them. :)
> - Jonathan.
> 2008/6/5 Colin Clark <colin.clark at utoronto.ca>:
>> Hi everyone,
>> On 5-Jun-08, at 11:02 AM, Colin Clark wrote:
>>> Great, thanks for helping with the scheduling. It looks like both
>>> times work for everyone. Let's go with the 9 am PDT time slot unless
>>> you guys would prefer something a bit later in the day.
>> Just a quick note to say how useful I found today's meeting. I
>> a lot about the new designs, and I think we're in good shape to break
>> down the work and start iterating on user stories.
>> For those of you who weren't at the meeting, here are some links to
>> the in-progress designs:
>> Inline Edit:
>> Uploader revisions:
>> Daphne and Jess are working on getting the component design pages
>> a more common format along the lines of the Inline Edit Design
>> Overview page, which will be great.
>> Colin Clark
>> Technical Lead, Fluid Project
>> Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto
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>> fluid-work at fluidproject.org
> Jonathan Hung / jonathan.hung at utoronto.ca
> University of Toronto - ATRC
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