We are revamping our GUI Interface Standards and Best Practices. I'm struggling with the best document format to deliver these standards in. Ultimately I would love for them to be on the web in an interactive format. But for this first pass it will probably be a Word document. But I'm having trouble figuring out what is the best format for developers and designers to reference.
Can anbody offer up any suggestions or maybe a format that works good for your company?
I might be wrong, but if they are going to be treated like checklist a simple question format can work just fine. You might find it interesting to look this UI checklist for web application for reference http://www.testinggeek.com/uichklst.asp Hope it helps.
Great guide TG. I'll probably use this myself as a starting point for my future web projects. It's probably the most comprehensive guide of considerations for web ui that I've seen.
Also, just to note, this is extremely generalized, which is good, because for each of your own (the audience) projects, you will need to define each of these sub-areas yourself. The fact is, this is an EXTREMELY valuable catalyst for the UI portion of your project, IMO.
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