I'm new to this site, and am finding it quite useful. My question is that I'm creating a web-based user interface for an existing 'Expert System' ( http://bike.ballarat.edu.au/RDR.html). I'm just trying to get some ideas happening as I will be the User Experience Designer of this project, what will be the best approach to achieving this? I can provide more details if the question is too broad. Thanks, - b
EDIT: Would it be better for the above scenario to have each functionality of the system on a separate page, or have the system run on a single page? -b
EDIT 2: Let's disregard my previous questions.
The system is a knowledge expert system, which takes scenarios from users and gives answers or solutions based on the AI system implemented. Needless to say, the expert system is already up and running, but has a shocking interface (dos lines), and my team's job is to create a web-based interface to run the system on. It is a great system, and I personally don't want it being discarded or disregarded due to it not being able to be easily used. so my question is that since i'm new to the whole User Experience scene, what are some general pointers or do's and don'ts for creating such a website? I can also create a new question which may read "What are good pointers for a starting user-experience designer?", if that is more relevant? -b