DENIM A Brief Tutorial By Philip Luedke Introduction An Informal Tool For Early Stage Web Site and UI Design
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A Brief Tutorial
By Philip Luedke
An Informal Tool For
Early Stage Web Site and UI Design
DENIM is an informal pen-based system that helps web site designers in the early stages of design. Using DENIM, designers can quickly sketch web pages, create links among them, and interact with them in a run mode.
Denim was developed by a group of people that conducted a study of web site designers and the practices they use. They found that designers conceptualize and plan sites at different levels of construction. They found that designers sketch at all levels during the early stages of design. They developed DENIM to aide in this process.
Version 1.1 - March 31, 2003
Version 1.0 - November 21, 2001
Release Candidate 1 - March 29, 2001
Group for User Interface Research, Computer Science Division
University of California, Berkeley
Mark W. Newman, James Lin, Jason I. Hong, and James A. Landay,
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Denim Will Run On These Operating Systems
DENIM runs on any platform supported by Java 2 version 1.4. If your system can untar files, download the Solaris or Linux version.
Recommended System Specifications
1. Access a command through pie menus
right click on the canvas, or click on the menu button in the upper left-hand corner of the DENIM window.
2. Gesturing, Gesturing means clicking and drawing a symbol that stands for a command.
This just denotes a relationship and is not a navigational link.
Create a Link between the two pages you created.
Add some Text to one of the pages and create a link from that text to the other page by drawing a line from the word to the other page.