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Hi Christoph, *

sorry for not having been clear enough...

Christoph Noack schrieb:
Hi Bernhard!

Am Dienstag, den 23.11.2010, 23:47 +0100 schrieb Bernhard Dippold:

>> [... URL with /Design/VID/ and /Design/UXD/  or just /Design/ ...]
Well, the reason was to better distinguish between "visuals" and
"utility". I'm not worried with regard to the abbreviations, since the
"Design" is the most important information here. But the translation
abbreviation is a good point.

Thus, we may simply go with the "category" approach and chance things
later on (if required).


Categories applied are "Design" (in any case), and "User Experience
Design" and "Visual Identity Design".


One reason for keeping the UXD and VID items in a common "tree" is, that
we share some common information. Refined target user descriptions
(personas), or tooling are some of them ... Here is an example of the
OOo UX tooling page I've created, maybe that helps to understand what I
am thinking about :-) [2]

I understand that there are resources to be used by all designers (UX
and VI). So I don't insist on adding /Visual Design/ or /User
Experience/ to the URL.

And there are also differences; e.g. something like the user feedback
tooling is something rather related to User Experience. Moreover, since
we'll use the wiki for working drafts / specifications / ... it might
make sense to have this separated.

I didn't make clear that there are different areas of work that are related to UX or Visual Identity only.

But I think it is not necessary to define this differences in the URL.
Using the relevant categories is sufficient IMHO.

Best regards


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