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It would be really hard to measure the stability of a pattern within the context of UX and particularly with its UI components. Regarding UI Monitoring for instability definitely makes more sense in the development context rather than design although you do some roundabout things to check for continuity in how people interpret your UI components. For ...


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If you're using JIRA, you can use SourceTree to document projects and track changes for Git and Mercurial. I think this is a very good question and probably something that hits us most of the time, because we need to work with systems we're comfortable with, then we need to work with systems the client is comfortable using. Personally, I like to use a ...


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Some thoughts and ideas here (not sure if it constitutes and answer): Self-evident documentation - this can be achieved by putting it together with the design framework that you use and/or modify. Lots of work upfront but much less work later down the track. Document-as-you-go - this requires some effort spread across the project, and can be detached from ...


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Have you considered the Atlassian marketplace? They've got some plugins and there might be one for your e-mail software to quickly upload e-mails to Confluence: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/ My team experimented with Bootcamp for awhile also. I really liked it, the interface is simple and easy for anyone on our team to learn. Lets you upload ...


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I lead a team of one doing exactly this, and my title is ... User experience! My vision is the following: to grow the real UX component so that our products and services require as little documentation and training as possible. Note: this wasn't the title I chose but how it was created. Some organizations have less flexibility in how titles are created. ...


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This could be considered as falling into the realm of Customer Experience. CX is not limited to these activities of course. I see no harm in bringing UX and CX together, while training and documentation are methods of increasing customer engagement and improving the customer experience. I also don't think a CX group needs to exist only in large orgs, ...


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Is Doxygen what you need? Doxygen is the de facto standard tool for generating documentation from annotated C++ sources, but it also supports other popular programming languages such as C, Objective-C, C#, PHP, Java, Python, IDL (Corba, Microsoft, and UNO/OpenOffice flavors), Fortran, VHDL, Tcl, and to some extent D.


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This is related to Instructions not task. Maybe this may help you. http://www.academia.edu/3587345/_The_Usability_of_Print_and_Online_Video_Instructions_


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I've been surprised with how versatile OneNote can be in storing spec info, files, long form text, images, etc. You can have todo's, stars, questions, etc. It's fully searchable, you can create links, has paging/grouping capabilities and supports multiple users editing at the same time (though I don't think you can see realtime changes), with some basic ...



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