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Perforce is the best change management software that I have used. It used to be free for a simple two user system, but now that seems to have been expanded to 20 users..! Set up a P4D server somewhere, and then install the P4 client on your local machine(s). Then, you simply book in all of your existing documents, and simply check-out the document that you ...


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In the simplest terms, [Strictly avoiding UX terms and references :)] A good UI is the one that allows the user connect with the application/system. By "Connect" I mean a combination of - pleasant to look at, easy to work/move through and willing to come back. The coming back part may be due to "I liked what I saw, I saw something unique etc.." This can ...


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Good ui comes from a well thought out back end. I can make the interface as simple as the technology allows, but if my back end forces me to ask you to choose 1 out of 75 options then the best interface possible will not result in a very usable product. Now, if the technology gives me (the front end guy) awesome tools so that I only have to show you 3 ...


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I think this is perhaps a bit of the 'lipstick on a pig' situation. I agree with you in that the ideal UX incorporates a UI that is compatible with the business logic and technology that's running it. I'm often asked to design 'the ideal' independent of the particular technology. This can be a fun exercise, but rarely produces a result that is optimized ...


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Good Question. Personally, as a big fan of UI design, I would say it is in fact better to use a good UI, using 'fixes'. I say this because old user interfaces like early windows versions (Win3.1, Win95,etc.), were SO hard on the eyes (See Below) , While new interfaces (Take for example the Windows GitHub client (See Below), Utilize the flat modern trend, ...



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