From the Daily PLM Think Tank – ‘Can We Improve Usability of PLM Software?’

October 14, 2009 at 3:21 pm Leave a comment

Another gem from Oleg Shilovitsky at The Daily PLM Think Tank Blog.

Shilovitsky begins by apologizing for ‘such a topic’, but I think it is something that those of us in the PLM industry are constantly considering (or at least we should be!)

There is a fine line between gathering as much critical information from the user as possible and overcomplicating, creating a cluttered and confusing interface, which Shilovitsky demonstrates with this illustration by Eric Burke:

PLM Usability Cartoon by Eric Burke

Participate in the discussion or read more of Shilovitsky’s thoughts on The Daily PLM Think Tank.


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