Re: Are there any global standards for User Interface Design?

Subject: Re: Are there any global standards for User Interface Design?
From: "Abhijit Sinha" <abhijits -at- newgen -dot- co -dot- in>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 17:16:35 +0530

> Hi,
> with reference to the e-mail message below, I need to point out that the
> basic purpose for creating this list was knowledge sharing through
> discussions. This helps many people subscribed to the list receiving
> suggestions from various quarters and widen our vistas of know-how. This
> also helps in sharing aour view point about specific issues and topics. I
> request individuals to please restrain from making such irrelevant remarks
> on this list and simply create disruptions.
> Before proposing international guidelines for selecting various grades of
> technical writers, there is a need to understand the basic purpose of this
> forum, its responsibilities, and its effects. Individuals seem to be even
> ignorant about this. The insignificant remark did not speak volumes of the
> individual's professional and personal skills as the person wasted the
> entire time in writing a biased and self-obsessed opinion instead of
> your knowledge and helping me in resolving the query. The person's
> statements heve been made without the knowledge of what might have been
> and why such help was requested from the experienced members of the forum.
> Thus the remarks did not reflect highly of the person's abilities and
> thought processes that might need orientation for development and
> Knowledge is gained through sharing and benefits the donor as well as the
> receiver. I do not think that an individual is a self contained source of
> all knowledge in a specific domain; as even Newton felt that he has been
> able to collect only some pebbles from the shores of vast ocean of
> knowledge.
> I am curious to ask, "Why such individuals need to subscribe to such a
> offering free subscription and service, read the messages posted on this
> list, and participate in the discussions if they are so apprehensive "that
> international conference calls made to bosses after reading their planned
> and eloquent responses are being quoted verbatim globally and they are
> deprived of the credit." I suggest they either need to cover and block
> their eyes and ears to prevent the in flow/out flow of knowledge or
> every "valueable" syllable that comes out of them to prevent exploitation
> their possessed knowledge.
> Regards,
> Abhijit Sinha,
> Senior Executive-Technical Documentation,
> Newgen Software Technologies Limited,
> NewDelhi, India
> URL:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "L." <beantown_tw -at- yahoo -dot- com>
> To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
> Sent: Friday, April 23, 2004 6:27 PM
> Subject: Re: Are there any global standards for User Interface Design?
> >
> > I think a related question is:
> >
> > Are there any international standards and guidelines
> > regarding the prior knowledge and experience that are
> > to be expected of a person assigned the title "Senior
> > Executive of Technical Documentation"?
> >----------------------------------------------------
> >-- all while they ride the wave
> > of being an off-shored "Senior Executive of Technical
> > Documentation" on the basis of our collective years of
> > experience and knowledge.
> >
> > I'm quite confident that the eloquent and well-planned
> > answers many of these phonies pose are quoted verbatim
> > at the next international conference call with the
> > boss, thus using our work, skills, and knowledge to
> > bolster the offshoring argument.
> >
> > Happy Friday.
> > > >
> > Hi,
> > Are there global standards or parameters that you need
> > to follow while----------------------------------
> >


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