SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: SIGIA-L: blueprints
Re: SIGIA-L: blueprints
From: javier (javier_at_msm.cl)
Date: Thu Oct 19 2000 - 10:22:52 EDT
I agree that it's impossible to set up a standard notation for these blueprints,
it depends on the prodution team, the project itself, and the client too.
I always try to get as much feedback as possible from the prduction team
as i can about my project definitions, and the current model shown is
the result of that constant feedback.
What i think is important here is not that we set up a standard, but that each
us gets to know all the different approaches we've come to, and then analyze
which model fits best for our particular situation.
Louis Rosenfeld wrote:
> This is a great point. And it might throw a lot of cold water on efforts to
> standardize notation.
> A standard notation might work if it was truly geared toward a single
> audience, such as designers. But content authors are another audience.
> Developers and engineers are another. Decision-makers and strategists are
> another. The people maintaining the IA are another. I'm probably leaving
> some out. And there is a lot of variation within each of those audiences,
> not to mention project-specific needs.
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