SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: SIGIA-L: blueprints
Re: SIGIA-L: blueprints
From: javier (javier_at_msm.cl)
Date: Fri Oct 13 2000 - 11:59:58 EDT
I guess we all run into the same problem when developing mapping complex,
dyanmic, and function-full (sp?) sites.
Could we compare actual examples of how we approach
Is this within the list's spirit?
I'd be very pleased if we could discuss this topic deeper,
i've not been able to get examples elsewhere, and it believe
it could benefit us all.
"Andrés Sulleiro" wrote:
> Thank you all for your input. I'm glad I'm not alone in this. Basically this
> was the general consensus of tools and it's uses:
> - Blueprints: to stablish a bird's eye view, user perceived architecture.
> - Workflow diagrams: to model each use/task. The tool of choice for
> transaction heavy sites.
> - HTML prototypes: the ultimate way of showing navigation, functionality.
> But from my experience it's too time-consuming.
> - Paper key wireframes: to describe content/functionality/navigation
> elements of a site.
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