Re: CD structure

Subject: Re: CD structure
From: Debbie Packer <dpacker -at- STINGRAYBOATS -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 5 Mar 1999 10:21:51 -0500

From a consumer standpoint, I would think that the first option would be the
better option.

> I'd like some opinions on the structure of a CD I'm currently
> working on.
> Basically it's a software installation CD but with added bits
> (assorted
> documentation). I've two basic initial ideas:
> Welcome screen with options - Install; Additional Product
> Info; Contact Us;
> Exit. Install jumps to an install screen with options to
> install software,
> install Acrobat and view lit (associated with s/w) and
> exit. Additional
> Product Info jumps to screen with install Acrobat (and
> other viewers) and
> then selection of specs, demos etc.
> Welcome screen with phrase "You will need to install the
> following software
> to view this CD" (or similar) then links to screens to
> install s/w, view lit,
> demos etc
> My own leaning is towards the first option as when bought
> it's bought for the
> software and associated lit. Everything else is essentially
> providing added
> value. All opinions welcome.

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