Thank you again.!
Ahhh....to have the luxury to prototype and test.....I would love to
to do that!!! ;P
Aditya , thank you for that link about PDF from Jakob Nielson. Much
I think I am looking to that blunt sharp object lying down there. ;p
On 1/9/08, Donna Maurer <email@example.com> wrote:
> My proof comes from lots of experience. That convinces my clients, but I
> know it won't convince yours.
> The idea of embedding FAQs in a downloadable seems bad to me. The user
> situation when looking at an FAQ is 'I have a question and hope to hell
> this thing answers it'. Which means they want it in their face, on the
> But as Andrew said, this particular example would be fairly easy to
> prototype and walk through (or test ;)
> Melvin Jay Kumar wrote:
> > Thank you to all for your replies. Much appreciated. I agree for most
> > of what has been suggested.
> > But I would think as most of you know that working in a corporation or
> > Govt or as a "consultant" when you recommend something that the
> > respective party you are recommending to is against they want some
> > kind of "proof" or else they would just do what they think is
> > right.....
> > That is the basic reason why I asked for an type of "proof" I could
> > use to convince them. This is more for an Intranet site and the funny
> > thing its a webpage that support the most frequently asked questions
> > for three different "products" and they want to provide the FAQ's in
> > three word documents so every time the user wants to find out
> > something from the FAQ, he/she would have to download all three word
> > document.
> > I see a whole of lot of issues with that.
> > Sigh.....
> > Regards,
> > Jay Kumar
> Donna Maurer
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