'DENIM' is a set of researching tools for designing user interfaces that helps web site designers in the early stages of design, particularly through informal interaction such as sketching. It supports sketching input, allows design at different refinement levels, and unifies the levels through zooming. DENIM was designed with a pen interface in mind. The authors note that 128 MB RAM and a pen tablet that can emulate a mouse are recommended for using DENIM (although it will work with a mouse).
DocumentationUser tutorial available in HTML format from http://dub.washington.edu/projects/denim/docs/tutorial/tutorial.html; User reference guide available in HTML format from http://dub.washington.edu/projects/denim/docs/quick_ref/quick_ref.html
released on 31 March 2003
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