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Part: II Setup > Interface Design Standards

Chapter 9. Interface Design Standards

  • If you look at any application or environment, you can identify a few screen types that account for about 85% of all screen development. Templates are representations of these key screen types and can be used as the “DNA” on which the entire application is built.

  • In addition to templates, a design standard should include general presentation and operation rules.

  • Interface design standards save development time, maintain consistency in designs, improve usability, and make maintenance easier.

  • There are a number of ways to create a design standard. Developing one from scratch should be a last resort.

  • Design standards can be applied to a Web site and also to all of an organization's public sites, extranets, and intranet.

  • Don't develop standards unless you have a clear plan and resources for disseminating, supporting, and enforcing the standards. The completion of the standards is the beginning of the real process.

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