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check out _The Non-Designers Design Book_ by Robin Williams. It is a nice
intro to effective use of layout, color, font, etc.
It's a quick and entertaining guide. It's only a few bucks, and oh so worth
> They are training scenarios and use cases
> that document an online application. I've
> been told to "use my own judgment" on how
> to bind them etc., but know that whatever
> I do will set a precedent for the entire project.
> My question: Is use of color considered.....a negative?
I've seen color in various use case, class, and sequence diagrams, and I
kinda liked it. But I don't think it's part of any modeling spec to use
color in diagrams. As far as the text being colored; well, just use your
best judgement ;-)
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