SDS, on 27 Apr 2016 - 12:15 PM, said:SDS, on 27 Apr 2016 - 12:15 PM, said:
Like many of us, I've been in front of a screen for years as part of my job. Much of that time is with Outlook as the primary screen. I set-up Outlook to have PST files on the left side, Calendar on the right and current emails in the middle (main) area. I guess it's just how my brain works. I can scan upcoming stuff for the day or week on the right and have quick access to files as needed on the left.
So (again, this is just my thought), with 3 columns, I can see all of the current news in the middle section; links to forums, etc. on one side and links to other stuff like Sabres Space, OTW, etc. on the other. This way, the user doesn't have to scroll all the way down to see all of the links like we currently do on TBD. I often find myself losing interest as I scroll down the center section of TBD's daily articles so I may miss some links on the right that could interest me. If they were further up on the left side, it's possible I'd see pay more attention to them.
Would also be cool to always have the schedule on top of one of the columns and that would also be possible with 3.
Finally, I have to believe the vast majority of screens are now wide format so why not take advantage and have content on both sides of the main area?
Edited by Tony P, 04 May 2016 - 07:50 AM.