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Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Prototype - where to find the item you want?

During the production of prototype, I found something wrong in the layout of the storyboard, so I changed a little bit here. Please comments. Thanks.

(p.s. I am not quite sure that this is a prototype or not, But I want to include these functions in the final product.)


  • At Saturday, July 15, 2006 9:04:00 pm, Blogger Chris said…

    Thank you for this wonderful interactive guide. Just some minor issues for your consideration:

    1. Is it possible to let the tip of the balloon touching the button box?

    2. Maybe the narration can be more informative to facilitate the users who are not good at reading maps. e.g. The item is located on LG3, on the left-most shelf when you step into the entrance.

    The voice is to compliment the visual information presented on the map.

  • At Wednesday, July 19, 2006 8:25:00 am, Blogger Maximilian Wat said…

    Christina, your quick response to the task is a good model for me to tackle assignment. Here are my thoughts.

    Since the change over of the screen (e.g. when I click on Periodical/Current A-Z --> Bound A-P ), the screen jumps to another cross-section. It is confusing.

    Zoom in function (just like when you are holding a camera and try to zoom in to have a better target image on the screen) can make me better relate the location in the library.

    The linking of the overall building (e.g. you can show part of the building, say, LG1 to LG4) to the target location can be better related by adding a multi-storey side view and zoom in to a specified search.

  • At Wednesday, July 19, 2006 11:47:00 am, Blogger Christina MLIM said…

    Thanks for your comments. This is the limitation of Powerpoint. I will try to include your suggestion in my final product.


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