gary at unicon.net
Fri Oct 3 18:57:44 UTC 2008
As I understand it then, we are talking about something that is larger
in scope than just display, but is specific to affecting the interface,
and is personal to each user. Maybe:
User Interface Options
User Interface Preferences
Personal Interface Options
Personal Interface Preferences
Jacob Farber wrote:
> Perhaps "Interface Options" is more apt?
> On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 1:14 PM, Jutta Treviranus
> <jutta.treviranus at utoronto.ca <mailto:jutta.treviranus at utoronto.ca>>
> Are there also some control transformations - personal preferences
> regarding keyboard navigation, size and spacing of input field or
> buttons (independent of the rest of the display) for people with
> imprecise pointing, etc.
> If so I think we should not limit the name to 'display,' even if we
> are not enabling these transformations in this round.
> At 9:19 AM -0700 10/2/08, Gary Thompson wrote:
> >For Infusion 0.6, we are planning on designing and building a fluid
> >component that is the second generation of TransformAble. For more
> >information on the original TransformAble, see:
> >The fluid component is inspired by the BBC display options interface,
> >seen here:
> >The basic idea is to allow users to set display preferences that
> >transform the content and presentation to match their
> preferences. It's
> >effect is largely around color, font, spacing, and images, and has
> >specific consideration for accessibility needs like high contrast and
> >text magnification.
> >I have been tasked with initial design and wanted to start some
> of the
> >basic component wiki pages to capture thoughts and information on the
> >new component.
> >The question: what to name it?
> >Might as well get that sorted out from the beginning, so we don't
> >to go back later and rename wiki pages and APIs.
> >Potential names:
> >Display Options (what the BBC calls it)
> >Display Preferences
> >Display Customizer
> >Display Transformer (more than meets the eye?)
> >Transformable Display
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