SmartART on Sailfish? [not relevant]

asked 2014-02-05 18:04:33 +0200

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updated 2014-02-05 18:58:20 +0200

Does SmartART make sense to quickly build effective and visual appealing content rendering and page navigation menu?

SmartART is a feature of Power Point to quickly convert a bullet list into a beatifull visual representation (there are many possible graphic way to represent that bullet list, depending on what the content represent).

I think that this concept can be ported to Sailfish to quickly get a graphical representation of, for example, the application navigation menu and/or to graphically organize the main content. In case we use it for the navigation menu the user than can simply tap on the various elements to enter the page bound to each of them.

To learn more about SmartART look here SmartART, SmartART overview in PowerPoint 2007 and here Communicate Visually with SmartART

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