Hnub no yog thawj hnub hauv kuv txoj haujlwm tshiab ua Tus Thawj Coj ntawm Technology rau Cov Lag Luam Hluas Kev Lag Luam thiab Kev Lag Luam software ua lag luam ntawm no hauv Indianapolis, hu ua Txwm PatronpathCov. Raws li kuv tau saib xyuas peb cov software niaj hnub no thiab pabcuam hauv kev koom ua ke tshiab, Kuv tau txais kev txhawb zog los ntawm kev tshaj lij ntawm kev thov. Peb daim ntawv thov sib sau ua ke online xaj nrog ob peb POS tshuab.
I'm looking forward to working with our development teams to bring our User Interface fully customizable utilizing CSS thiab, tej zaum, qee qhov AJAX. The great news is that these are largely cosmetic changes that will not require gutting and rebuilding the application. Largely, I believe the application can be improved in two ways, first is the ability to customize the client's interaction and the second is to implement some basic ‘little things'.
As I was working in Paypal last night, I found just a ‘little thing'. When you mouseover specific links in the Paypal interface, a nice fade-in tooltip appears and fades out when you mouseout off of it. Here's a screenshot:
It's little accents like this on software that really make it a better user experience. Perhaps more impressive is that the developers at Paypal didn't bother to ‘reinvent the wheel', they found a good library and implemented it.
I'll be looking for these and other techniques in upcoming months to improve the user experience of our applications.