Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Conclusion
We cannot demonstrate in the static paper pages of this topic the power of
interaction, navigation, and their accompanying behaviors. When an audience first
observes hyperlinking and the resulting interaction behavior in an Excel-based
interactive prototype,
moment. We've
observed them suddenly sitting up attentively in their seats. You can have your own
they experience an epiphanical
Aha!
moment by downloading this sample prototype from our complementary
Website: http://www.effectiveprototyping.com/excel/interaction. On this Website
you can also find other examples of interactive prototypes that demonstrate such
interactions as
Aha!
Navigation menus opening and closing
Interactive drop-down menus
Interactive submenus
Alphanumeric text entry boxes in a form
Interactive graphical buttons
References
[1] Jonathan Arnowitz, Michael Arent, and Nevin Berger, Effective Prototyping for
Software Makers, San Francisco: Morgan Kaufmann, 2007.
[2] Dabney Gough and Holly Phillips, “Remote Online Usability Testing: Why, How, and
When to Use It,” www.boxesandarrows.com/view/
remote_online_usability_testing_why_how_and_when_to_use_it#comments,
accessed April 26, 2008.
[3] Nate Bolt, “Guide to Remote Usability Testing,” www.ok-cancel.com/archives/article/
2006/07/guide-to-remote-usability-testing.html, accessed April 26, 2008.
 
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