full page UIO

Dana A dana.ayotte at gmail.com
Thu Apr 11 09:12:33 EDT 2013


Hi Joanna,
I think it would be great to have a PMT-like demo mockup (GPII preference
management tool), but with regard to UIO - is this a matter of deciding
what level of flexibility we want or that we think is useful?  Or do we
already know the answer to this? As you say we would only want to
demonstrate something that we think is useable/desired.  So what are the
UIO features of flexibility that we want?  I think useability across
devices/screen sizes is one...What are some others, and can we incorporate
these?
Thanks,
Dana

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> Subject: Full page UIO
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>  Hi All,
>
>  Last week Jon, Michelle and I had a quick conversation about the full
> page UIO configuration in the demo and I want to hear everyone else's
> thoughts.
> A worry I had with including it in the demo is that it might suggest that
> it is a recommended implementation for a website. A full page configuration
> could be appropriate for the PMT<http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/(C4A)+Preference+Management+Tool+Mockups>,
> where the modifications would apply not just to one website but to all
> applications and an accurate preview would be difficult to represent.
> However, the current presentation of the full page doesn't quite reflect
> this use. Maybe we could mockup something that better shows this or explore
> other configurations that show the flexibility of UIO on a website?
>
>  Thanks,
> Joanna
>
>
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Jonathan Hung <jhung at ocadu.ca>
> To: "Vass, Joanna" <jvass at ocadu.ca>
> Cc: Fluid-Work Mailing List Work <fluid-work at fluidproject.org>
> Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2013 09:11:21 -0400
> Subject: Re: Full page UIO
> Hi Joanna,
>
> I wonder if it would help to summarize the characteristics of our demos to
> better understand the challenge here?
>
> Our demos are:
>
> *concise*
> Demos demonstrate the functionality of the Fluid component with minimal
> distractions. Users should immediately understand what it is being shown to
> them.
>
> *exemplars*
> Demos are a good examples of functionality, operating context, and
> implementation (the three jewels in the demo crown?). Ideally the user can
> copy the demo mark-up and apply it to their work with minimal effort.
>
> With respect to a full-page UIO demo, I think the challenge is creating
> something concise and is a good example of an operating context.
>
> Does that sound about right? Did I miss anything else?
>
>
> - Jon.
>
>
>
> On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 12:01 PM, Vass, Joanna <jvass at ocadu.ca> wrote:
>
>>
>>  Hi All,
>>
>>  Last week Jon, Michelle and I had a quick conversation about the full
>> page UIO configuration in the demo and I want to hear everyone else's
>> thoughts.
>> A worry I had with including it in the demo is that it might suggest that
>> it is a recommended implementation for a website. A full page configuration
>> could be appropriate for the PMT<http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/(C4A)+Preference+Management+Tool+Mockups>,
>> where the modifications would apply not just to one website but to all
>> applications and an accurate preview would be difficult to represent.
>> However, the current presentation of the full page doesn't quite reflect
>> this use. Maybe we could mockup something that better shows this or explore
>> other configurations that show the flexibility of UIO on a website?
>>
>>  Thanks,
>> Joanna
>>
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