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Subject:GUI Standards Documentation From:Stacey Roberts <stacey -at- AIMETERING -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 28 Aug 1996 11:27:00 C
I have been asked to develop the written standards for GUI
design/development. I participated in the first meeting yesterday where
certain aspects of style were discussed (font, font size, color, button
types, etc.). My problem is that I don't know the correct format for
writing software standards (engineering standards, perhaps?).
Would anyone be interested in sharing a sample or two with me? TIA.
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e-mail: stacey -at- aimetering -dot- com
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