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[livesupport-dev] html gui design
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    Here is a very basic sketch of the html interface =
    http://a.parsons.edu/~sangita/summer04/livesupport/live.png. I tried to =
    do something that would work for both the Camp site and the Live Support =
    documentation. As Micz mentioned, perhaps it would be nice to have all =
    Campware products accessible within one central place. =20

    I agree with Micz and Akos that it is a good idea to keep the design =
    simple. I also agree that icons can be very useful [although I think =
    Mambo might have gone slightly overboard Wink] I did not include many =
    icons in the sketch that I am sending, but I am working on coming up =
    with some that could be used throughout the site.=20

    Sangita

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    Hi Everyone,

     

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    I tried to do something that would work for both the Camp site and the =
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    all Campware products accessible within one central place.  =

     

    I agree with Micz and Akos that it is a =
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    to keep the design simple.  I also agree that icons can be very =
    useful=20
    [although I think Mambo might have gone slightly overboard Wink]  I =
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    up with some that could be used throughout the site.

     

    Sangita


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  • hi sangita,

    very nice. bright and professional.

    how do you see the functionality? are the sections in the bar running
    across like pulldown menus? or like tabs to click and jump?

    what i could also see happening is that the header in the HTML-GUI will
    serve a similar purpose as the *master panel* in the panel-GUI: displayling
    all necessary information.

    having fiddled with html for a long time, the question of course for me is
    also: what happens in different pixel sizes? full screen of the browser
    with 1600x1400 versus 10??x7??. and what if there are eight or ten features
    in the bar running across.

    for other questions we might need to wait for further screens.

    great. thanks.

    At 14:13 14.07.2004, Sangita Shah wrote:
    >Hi Everyone,
    >
    >Here is a very basic sketch of the html interface
    >http://a.parsons.edu/~sangita/summer04/livesupport/live.png.
    >I tried to do something that would work for both the Camp site and the
    >Live Support documentation. As Micz mentioned, perhaps it would be nice
    >to have all Campware products accessible within one central place.
    >
    >I agree with Micz and Akos that it is a good idea to keep the design
    >simple. I also agree that icons can be very useful [although I think
    >Mambo might have gone slightly overboard Wink] I did not include many icons
    >in the sketch that I am sending, but I am working on coming up with some
    >that could be used throughout the site.
    >
    >Sangita


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