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SInce I received lots of great feedback regarding Information Mapping vs.
Usability, I wanted to share with the list some information I received
today, directly from Information Mapping. In addition to the email I sent to
this list, I sent a separate email to Information Mapping. I had forgotten
about the email to IM, but today I received two emails from them. Here is an
excerpt from one of the emails I received (she is referring to the use of
"IMI does not use these as a standard. We believe they add "visual noise"
to a document and make it harder for a user to scan, skip, and retrieve."
Something you might want to file away for future reference.
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