Re: Future of documentation in Web-based apps
My boss has asked me to research the future of documentation in web-based apps. Our director has mentioned future apps that use "easy-to-use browser based screens that users will not need guides for."
For those who work in web-based usability, are there such screens? Perhaps there's a method of interface design we're not aware of?
Any educated feedback would be very helpful.
Wired directly into the brain? That would be the only such screen I am aware of. Your director is chasing the Holy Grail.
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