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  1. HP Launch Box

  2. HP Launch Box: Summary • Summary • Naming • Code name is “Nirvana” • Official name is “HP Launch Box” • Rollout • All mainstream & Mini platforms starting in 3c11 • Hepburn and Envy are undecided at this point

  3. HP Launch Box: MAIN UI • Goals of the main UI: • 1) Allow users 1-click access to run applications through the use of the Windows 7 preview window function • 2) Display application name and hi-res icon in each window • 3) Allow users access to specific Jump List content, including “Manager” and “Edit” screens • 4) Show users in preview window when application is already running 4 2 1 3

  4. HP Launch Box: MAIN UI • Main UI Details: • Default “Boxes” shown and content will be determined by CNB Touchpoints document • Application must be flexible to allow for different default “Boxes” and content • Each Box will contain no more than 8 items • Mouse rollover of Taskbar icon will display “Box” flyout • Application launched by “Box” will display separate Taskbar icon • UI: • Remove “X”s in top right of each window in “Box” flyout • Use only hi-res icons for each application • If application in “Box” is already running, application should show as such in “Box” flyout (leverage Windows 7 “shimmer” glow)

  5. HP Launch Box: Jump List • Goals of the Jump List: • 1) Provide Jump List content specific to each “Box” • 2) Allow users to launch the applications within each “Box” • 3) Provide users a link to overall Launch Box Manager screen • 4) Provide users a link to individual Launch Box Edit screen • 5) Allow users to “Close all windows” and shutdown entire app 1 2 3 4 5

  6. HP Launch Box: Jump List • Jump List Details: • Every “Box” should get Jump List capability tailored to each “Box” • Custom for each “Box”: • 1) Top header & list of apps at top should be specific to “Box” • 2) “Edit HP Launch Box” item should take users to “Edit” screen for that particular “Box” • 3 sections of each Jump List: • 1) list of apps, 2) tasks, 3) Windows 7-specific tasks • Section #1: List of apps • Header should be name of “Box” (not “HP Launch Box”) • Items consist of each application in “Box” (in correct order) • Section #2: Tasks • Header should be “Tasks” • Items in section: 1) “HP Launch Box Manager” link & 2) “Edit Launch Box” link • Section #3: Windows 7-specific tasks • No header needed • Remove standard “Pin/Unpin this program to taskbar” item • “Close all windows” will close app and hide every “Box”

  7. HP Launch Box: Manager Screen • Goals of the HP Launch Box Manager screen: • 1) Allow users to display/hide each “Box” • 2) Allows users to change “Box” names • 3) Give users a link to get to “Edit” screen for each configurable “Box” • 4) Allow users to access help for the app • 5) Provide quick “how-to” instructions 4 5 2 1 3

  8. HP Launch Box: Manager screen • HP Launch Box Manager screen Details: • Default “Boxes” shown and content will be determined by CNB Touchpoints document • Application must be flexible to allow for different default “Boxes” and content • 3 “Boxes” shown on screen (in order): • Windows Live (or Adobe) • HP Recommended • [Customize Your Own Launch Box] • Each “Box” will have specific icon & name; no description text needed • Each “Box” will have “Edit” link that leads to specific “Edit” screen • Windows Live/Adobe “Box” • Name NOT editable • “Box” is editable (see “HP Launch Box Edit screen Details” slide) • Icon will be specific to MSFT or Adobe

  9. HP Launch Box: Manager screen • HP Launch Box Manager screen Details (cont’d): • HP Recommended “Box” • Name is editable • “Box” is editable (see “Edit Launch Box screen Details” slide) • Icon will be specific to HP • [Customize Your Own Launch Box] “Box” • Name is editable • “Box” is editable (see “Edit Launch Box screen Details” slide) • Icon will be generic • UI: • UI elements to be provided by the UI/UX team • Text to be provided by Marketing • Show/hide each “Box” through checkbox functionality • Icons needed in top right of window (left to right): “Help”, “ Minimize” and “Close window”

  10. HP Launch Box: Edit Screen • Goals of the Edit Launch Box screen: • 1) Allow users to add applications to a particular “Box” • 2) Allow users to delete applications from a particular “Box” • 3) Allow users to change the order in which the applications appear • 4) Users can save changes made (or choose to cancel any changes) • 5) Allow users to access help for the app • 6) Provide quick “how-to” instructions 5 6 1 2 3 4

  11. HP Launch Box: Edit screen • Edit HP Launch Box screen Details: • Default “Boxes” shown and content will be determined by CNB Touchpoints document • Top of screen header should say “Edit [name of Box] Launch Box” • 2 sections (shown as tables) on screen: • HP Launch Box Applications • Applications to Add • UI • UI elements to be provided by the UI/UX team • Text to be provided by Marketing • 2 main buttons on bottom of screen (from left to right): • Save – saves changes and closes screen; button grayed out until any change are made • Cancel – cancels any changes made and closes screen • Icons needed in top right of window (left to right): “Help”, “Minimize” and “Close window”

  12. HP Launch Box: Edit screen • Edit HP Launch Box screen Details (cont’d): • “HP Launch Box Application” table • Table should have 8 rows (to match # of items allowed) • Each OCCUPIED row of table consists of (left to right): • Checkbox • Icon • Name of item • Up and Down buttons • Moves item up and down in row order in table • Each UNOCCUPIED row: • NO checkbox • NO icon • Name of item (in gray color & in italics) is “Add application”

  13. HP Launch Box: Edit screen • Edit HP Launch Box screen Details (cont’d): • Bottom of table consists of 1 (right-justified) “Delete” button • Deletes checked items (whole row); grayed out until 1 box is checked • Default Applications in “HP Launch Box Applications” table: • Windows Live “Box” (in order): • Windows Live Mail, Windows Live Photo Gallery, Windows Live Movie Maker, Windows Live Messenger • Note: Deleting a default app will move it back to “Applications to Add” table • Adobe “Box” (in order): • Photoshop Elements 9, Premiere Elements 9 • HP Recommended “Box”: • TBD (determined by Touchpoints doc) • [Customize Your Own Launch Box] “Box”: • NO APPLICATIONS

  14. HP Launch Box: Edit screen • Edit HP Launch Box screen Details (cont’d): • “Applications to Add” table • Table should also have 8 rows but be scrollable • Each row of table consists of (left to right): • Checkbox • Icon • Name of item • Bottom of table consists of 1 (right-justified) “Add” button • Add button moves all checked items to the “HP Launch Box Applications” table; grayed out until 1 box is checked • If # of items being added is greater than open slots in left table, then all available Launch Box slots will be filled in descending checked box order (top to bottom), and the following dialogue box will be displayed: • “Your Launch Box is full! Please delete items from your Launch Box first before adding new items.”

  15. HP Launch Box: Edit screen • Edit HP Launch Box screen Details (cont’d): • If all 8 Launch Box slots are filled in the left table, then NO new items will be added, and the following dialogue box will be displayed: • “Your Launch Box is full! Please delete items from your Launch Box first before adding new items.” • Default Applications in “Applications to Add” table: • Windows Live “Box” (in order): • Windows Live Writer, Windows Live Mesh • Adobe “Box” • NO ADDITIONAL APPLICATIONS • HP Recommended & [Customize Your Own Launch Box]: • All links to “.exe” files from Start Menu “All Programs” • May revisit this later, depending on number of items; may want to cut out some MSFT items from Start Menu

  16. HP Launch Box: Edit screen • Edit HP Launch Box screen Details (cont’d): • Adding an item REMOVES it from table on right and ADDS it to table on left • Hierarchy in “Applications to Add” table is flat, meaning no listed items are shown in folders or subfolders

  17. HP Launch Box: User Flows • Show/Hide Launch Boxes: Path #1 Launch Box icon in Taskbar Right Click Click “HP Laumch Box Manager” HP Launch Box Manager screen Check checkbox of HP Launch Boxes Path #2 Start Menu “All Programs” Click “HP Launch Box Manager”

  18. HP Launch Box: User Flows • Add item(s) to HP Launch Boxes Path #1 Launch Box icon in Taskbar Click “Edit HP Laumch Box” Right Click “Edit” screen Check checkbox of item(s) in right table Click “Add” button Click “Save” button Path #2 Start Menu “All Programs” Click “HP Launch Box Manager” HP Launch Box Manager screen Click “Edit” link

  19. HP Launch Box: User Flows • Delete item(s) from HP Launch Boxes Path #1 Launch Box icon in Taskbar Click “Edit HP Laumch Box” Right Click “Edit” screen Check checkbox of item(s) in left table Click “Delete” button Click “Save” button Path #2 Start Menu “All Programs” Click “HP Launch Box Manager” HP Launch Box Manager screen Click “Edit” link

  20. HP Launch Box: Schedule • HP Launch Box Development Schedule • 1st Release: 3/11 • 2nd Release: 3/18 • Alpha Release: 4/1 • Text Due: 4/4 • Feature Complete: 4/4 • UI Spec Due: 4/18 • Icons Due: 4/25 • Beta Release: 4/25 • GM Release: 5/2