I was wondering if there is any research -article etc... on Ship to Store or site to store option provided my many compmanies these days. Since more and more brick & mortar companies have started to include site to store or shop online and receive from store option(like linen n things, circuitcity, radio shack and walmart.com recently started), they are going to gain a lot by this new shopping experience.
I'm looking for portfolios and recommendations of amazing Flash
Developer/Designers who have a great sense of aesthetic and can
produce amazing GUIs with slick transitional animations for an
internal R&D project at Motorola Enterprise Mobility.
The ideal candidate will be in NYC as it will require face-to-face
meetings in our Manhattan studio though your day-to-day work will be
in your own space.
Please send me your portfolio or recommendations to others who you
have enjoyed working with to davi
I'm not sure the remarks regarding Flash (Flash Lite) are entirely accurate.
As an end user, anyone can download the Flash Lite "add-on", for free
without entering IMEI, etc... as long as your device is supported. To author
specifically for Flash Lite, one has to have bought Flash as it is not a
stand alone application.
As a carrier, like Cingular/ATT, there is a "per unit royalty for each
device that ships with the Flash Player". The exact price, I don't know.
I am looking for a tool that would essentially allow me to make a "paper
prototype" that I can share with a remote participant. I have been
using DENIM (http://dub.washington.edu/denim/)- which does everything I
need. I am looking for an alternative because of performance issues.
I've been using Flash/Actionscript for rapid prototyping
of various new features/functionality in our products.
It has been successful and I'm happy with the flexibility
and power that Flash/Actionscript offers.
I just saw a demonstration of a pretty slick prototype in
DHTML, including numerous interface widgets and interactivity.
Are there any strong opinions as to the superiority of one
over the other? Is it just a matter of one tool versus another
and personal choice?
Russell Wilson | Director of Product Design | NetQoS, Inc. |
It looks like I should use Flash to create mock-ups/wireframes/demos
for some of my future projects, but I haven't used Flash before. Can
anyone recommend a good tutorial, either a website or a book, for
I've been designing web applications for a few years, and am very
comfortable with rapid prototyping with DHTML/XML tools. A new project
involves designing for a C++ Windows MFC app, something I'm not very
familiar with at all. Are there any tools out there that make it easy to
throw together non-functional toolbars / dialogs very quickly and
easily, with control over layout (centering, padding, etc) or are HTML
or Flash still the only way to do hi-fi prototypes for this type of app?