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Hi - Can anyone suggest complex publically-available applications that are
designed to encourage users to learn through exploration? Many feature-rich
applications use a hierarchical navigation, with a whole universe of
functionality under one menu item. I'm looking for products that are
designed so savvy users can go directly to the function they need, while
providing novice and intermediate users an opportunity to learn the product
(and often the domain). An example that comes to my mind is Turbo Tax. Can
you suggest others?

 

Thanks and Happy New Year!

 

Kay

 

P.S. I will collect & summarize for the list.

 

Kay Corry Aubrey, user-centered research and design 

Usability Resources Inc |  <http://www.UsabilityResources.net>
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Phone: 781-275-3020 | Fax: 1-781-998-0325

 


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