Next iteration of List Reorderer in Announcements posted...
clay.fenlason at et.gatech.edu
Sun Oct 26 13:53:14 UTC 2008
One thing that's always puzzled me about how Sakai has always
implemented reordering, and it's taken up in the storyboards here,
too, is the idea that you have to go to a special screen (or take some
action to go into a special mode) in order to do your reordering. The
Netflix queue is still for me the state of the art for reordering, and
they've forced no such modal distinction. It's "reorder in place."
Is there an accessibility reason, perhaps, for why reordering in place
is the wrong way to go?
On Fri, Oct 24, 2008 at 7:59 PM, Daphne Ogle <daphne at media.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> Storyboard: http://wiki.fluidproject.org/x/p5s7
> Storycards: http://wiki.fluidproject.org/x/toBI
> Feedback welcome and encouraged as always...
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