patterns for simplifying preferences/options/configuration

22 May 2008 - 10:32am
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Evan K. Stone
2008

i'm currently looking for some papers, articles, or other resources for
innovative and different interaction patterns for preferences, options,
and configuration settings. So far, I've only been able to locate a few,
and they're really not all that interesting...

anyone have any good references or information they would like to share?

thanks in advance.

evan k. stone | dragnet solutions, inc.

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23 May 2008 - 5:59am
Duncan Brown
2008

I am looking at this problem too esp. customing colouring of screen elements
etc. in context or in a 'customise' mode.

Any points you can share?

Any best practices others can share emerging from RIAs?

Duncan Brown

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4 Jun 2008 - 4:30pm
bekee
2008

not sure if this is along your lines, but i'm looking for examples of
product configurators. i have sampled nike, converse (chuck taylor),
mini cooper, blue nile, and timberland and would love to see more.

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