A road map to multimedia presentations

Schorr, Joseph
November 1993
Macworld;Nov93, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p114
Profiles a hypothetical multimedia authoring scenario, examining real-world dilemmas that users are expected to meet. Definition of tasks; Objectives to be achieved by each task; Selection of tools; Criteria used in selection.


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