[thelist] RE: Jakob Nielsen [was Anti-aliasing]

Ben Gustafson Ben_Gustafson at lionbridge.com
Tue Feb 26 11:31:01 CST 2002

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> >So yes, there is a role for Flash in information graphics
> (say to explain
> >how
> >an industrial process works), particularly where live
> interaction matters.
> >but as standard interface? Rarely.
> hmm...
> In a way, I think we agree. I really didn't understand that
> the "other side"
> (I guess my side) was arguing for flash as "standard
> interface" (jeez, I
> wish I had followed this thread from the start...). Flash has
> its uses, and
> can be used well by the right people.
> >>You're obviously ranting.


> >I've never said "You have to do it like Jakob says", rather
> "You have to do
> >it like Jakob says unless you can come up with compelling reasons why
> >not to".
> >Make the case.
> The case?
> I'll tell you one thing jakob is absolutely wrong about. so
> wrong he's off
> the charts on any usability scale:
> here it is:


Y'all remember that discussion we had about thedebate list a weeks ago?
We're talking _prime_ example here.


Ben Gustafson
Lionbridge Technologies, Inc.

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