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Competitive Analysis: Rich Text Inline Edit Competitive Analysis
Catalina, Christy and Ashley are the users whose needs we are primarily considering when designing the Rich Text Inline Edit.
Fluid Personas are a collection of various types of important users whose needs we need to consider throughout the design process.
Contexts of Use: In what contexts would the user need Rich Text Inline Edit? What activities do they undertake in the contexts?
Functional Requirements: What use cases does the Rich Text Inline Edit component support?
Primary & Secondary Scenarios: In context, what are the primary and secondary user needs are we meeting?
Wireframes: Visual representation of design iterations and final designs.
Storyboards: How, when, and where would the user use Rich Text Inline Edit?
Inline Edit Design Pattern: Design advice for allowing users to edit content in the context of their work.
User Testing Protocols: Describes how the user testing of Rich Text Inline Edit will be carried out.
User Testing Results: Describes how the users interacted with the Rich Text Inline Edit prototype and what improvements can be made.
Storycards: Decomposes Rich Text Inline Edit into small implementable chunks.
Functional Specification: Development specification containing interaction details such as "interesting moments."
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