Comments from the land of ecommerce, where every usability
failure is a lost sale:
> tools because its support is spotty outside windows and mac.
> How do people feel about JS?
On broad-audience site I only spec it for added pizzaz. On
sites with a buy-in audience I might integrate it. So the
question is how much buy-in (investement of time and faith)
is OHS expecting from its users?
> Question: What spec HTML is the target? HTML 4 with style
> sheets and the like? Assume mozilla and msie 5 or should be
> be fully compatible with NS4 ?
I'm still at HTML 3.2, no CSS. Lotta Lynx browsers out there,
and god knows where WAP is going.
> 3) Weight of Engine: is this intended to be installed easily
> on most systems (written in perl or 'stand alone' scripting
> language), or is it reasonable to require PHP or require
> zope or some other module or engine? Do we have an initial
> customer target list that we can query and find out what they
> would want or what they are willing to install for the sake
> of this product?
When I get the big picture (if?), I could probably break down
the prospective customer list fairly accurately without surveys.
[giant snip on usability/interface/search questions]
I have an unhappy feeling that Augment has the answers to
most of those questions. When we see the demo or screen shots,
we may find the wheel has been invented.
Nicholas Carroll Email: email@example.com Alternate: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.hastingsresearch.com/white_papers ______________________________________________________
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