Am 12.10.2010 17:31, schrieb Benjamin Horst:
On Oct 12, 2010, at 6:10 AM, Erich Christian wrote:
I get the idea but its not easy to imagine online, could you put it on a
webpage at time to view it online?
Actually, that probably undermines the purpose of wireframes. They are meant to focus attention
solely on the page layout and elements, and I'd like to keep us focused solely on that right now.
I could make an image file from the ODG if that's helpful, but I'm sure everyone here can easily
open the ODG file already... Maybe I'm not understanding your request?
Agreed ^^^^^^ ;-) Well maybe I was unclear. You wrote:
I've created a draft wireframe for the LibreOffice page of the TDF
website. I envision the very top navigation shown in my wireframe being
shared across the wiki and website...
...and I tried to imagine how your wireframe could fit in or replace the
website's actual appearance... so I asked for a demo.
If this is something you're going to do anyways please forget my
'request' till then...
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