[OT] Microsoft Office's New UI Blazes Some New Trails for Us
revdan at danshafer.com
Wed Oct 12 11:36:55 CDT 2005
Think of Revolution (or perhaps more appropriately Dreamcard) in this
context. If we could define, say, 10 or 12 basic application types
that have a significant number of elements in common within each and
make it possible to get a big head start in creating an app by
choosing what we can think of as a template for that type of
application, and if we could do that without limiting what you could
do to the resulting semi-auto-generated code, where would be the harm?
On Oct 12, 2005, at 2:11 AM, jbv wrote:
> So, to take the discussion a little further, here's what (IMHO)
> could be a step forward
> to a real goal-oriented UI : users would have the possibility to
> describe (via a set of
> commands or even a structured language) the goal they're reaching.
> And the app would
> be smart enough to produce documents as closed as possible as the
> original description,
Dan Shafer, Information Product Consultant and Author
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