RE: Definition of "user-friendly"?

Subject: RE: Definition of "user-friendly"?
From: "Jones, Donna" <DJones -at- zebra -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2005 08:37:53 -0500

> -----Geoff Hart wrote:-----
> User-friendly documentation accomodates the way I think. This means
> that, among other things:

I would like to second everything that Geoff mentioned. I don't think I've seen a better definition of what I consider to be user-friendly.

The biggest factor to me is for documentation to be *logical*. It doesn't have to be linear, but it needs to have a recognizable organization. Random topics loosely strung together (if at all) don't cut it for me.


Donna L. Jones
Technical Writer II
Zebra Technologies Corp.
Vernon Hills, IL
djones -at- zebra -dot- com

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