Freeman, Nathan; Blatnick, Chris: BP217 Interface Matters - Advanced UI Design Concepts

So you know your way around IBM Lotus Notes. You have a good sense of how to organize standard 3-pane interfaces. You've got a good library of graphics, colors and layouts to stylize your applications. What's next? How do you design applications that shock and awe your users? Why do you need to lea...

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Interface Matters - Advanced UI Design Concepts
Nathan Freeman, Chris Blatnick / 23.01.2008 21:00:00

So you know your way around IBM Lotus Notes. You have a good sense of how to organize standard 3-pane interfaces. You've got a good library of graphics, colors and layouts to stylize your applications. What's next? How do you design applications that shock and awe your users? Why do you need to learn how to make slide-out z-indexed embedded framesets with rounded corners? How do you achieve cognitive harmony and emotional enthusiasm? See the cutting edge of IBM Lotus Domino interface design in both the rich client and the browser, including multi-database, multi-source composite application designs on both Lotus Notes 7 and Lotus Notes 8. This session is not for the faint of heart, and you will be expected to already have a deep understanding of IBM Lotus Domino Designer.

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