Thread Subject: Re: Merging Web and Software and what is Web content?
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From: Walser, Kate
Date: Wed, Jul 18 2007 2:50 PM
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Peter and Sean,
In the discussion of interactive and non-interactive content, where
would forms fall? I assumed that these would fall under interactive
until I saw you include the words audio, video, and players in your
messages. For example, I may use a Web-based form with the standard HTML
input fields and components to buy a book online. I consider this
interactive - I'm filling in a form to buy a book. But I'm not using any
audio, video, or players do so.
The interactive versus non-interactive distinction seems a tricky one
that could generate more problems than we can anticipate now.
Director, Usability Center of Excellence
SRA International, Inc.
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