Designing software is a catch-22. It's balancing act between features and accessibility. Too many easily accessed features will overwhelm the screen and obfuscate the desired functionality, and not enough will force you to hunt through dialogs. I focus on the core purpose of the software and build the UI around it.
I try to think like an end-user (not just a power user). Asking questions such as "Is this feature relevant? If so, what is the easiest way to access it (a button or context menu)?" or "Would I benefit from it or is it simply feature-creep?"
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I'm just like you. I look for software that will fulfill a specific set of tasks and objectives. I need software that is fast, easy to use and provides the required functionality within a few simple clicks of my mouse.
An updated version of Perspective has been released and is available for download and installation. Changes Added Fill Type to both Portrait & Landscape...Read more
Posted: Tuesday, May 8th, 2018 @4:47AM
An updated version of Perspective has been released and is available for download and installation. Changes Re-coded Blinds & Strips transitions so...Read more
Posted: Sunday, March 4th, 2018 @10:13AM
I'm happy to announce that both of the above mentioned products have been updated so they now support Windows 7. It wasn't that difficult (Easy Realty...Read more
Posted: Monday, February 19th, 2018 @7:37AM