Usable Software Architecture
-by Al Jacques
All software projects should include an architectural plan. Whether you can afford to perform this work before your project is launched into development, or if you have come upon the rocks of unplanned disasters, a solid plan going forward is the basis for completing any software project. But software architecture must be usable to be successful. A plan may be elegant or it may incorporate the latest technological fads. But does it provide the use of the system that your customers want to see? We can help you create a usable software architecture at any stage of your project.
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Tips and Tricks
-by Margaret Jacques
This week’s tips are for the Microsoft web browser, Internet Explorer:
URL Shortcut - If you know the name of the website you are looking for, go to the Address Bar and type in just the name; for example,
Find - Holding down the Ctrl key and typing F will bring up a find box. You can search for anything on the page.
Print - Print a page by holding down the Ctrl key and typing P.
Top - Return to the top of a page by pressing the Home key on your keyboard.
Bottom - Go directly to the bottom of a page by pressing the End key on your keyboard.
Full-Screen - F11 allows you to use every inch of your screen for your browser. Press F11 again to go back to normal.