Biggest Role Center ever!

WARNING: the contents of this blog is intended to be a joke! No Role Centers like this should be created .. at least that's my opinion.

So why do you write this junk then, waldo?

Just because it's funny. Recently, I bought myself an iMac (oh no....). Yep, I did! I bought it for three reasons:

  • I can run Windows on it if i want to
  • It has a huge screen with a huge resolution (2560 x 1440) which is as sharp as hell.
  • And be honest .. it looks good :-).

Together with that, what I hear of consultants when they implement the Role Center, customers keep on asking: I need all roles.. . Can't you create a role center with everything in it?

I always ask .. "do you really want that"? "Do you really think that works efficiently"?? They don't care, they just want it.

Now, besides the fact that I refuse in delivering such nonsense, I created a SUPER rolecenter on my Mac, just for the heck of it.. and this is the result:

So now you can use this, and tell your customers: do you really want this?? I don't think so ... :-)

If you might wonder: this is no photoshop, or whatever. It's indeed possible to use more then 2 columns on a rolecenter-page. I don't mean that you SHOULD do it, but it's possible. It's even possible to use a rolecenter-page as a part of your application (not being a rolecenter, but just a page that is calle by an action) .. . but probably you already knew all this.. .

Have a nice weekend everyone!

Ps, anyone care to beat this :-)? Just an idea: when working on multiple screens, one could create even a bigger one :-).

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  • I think this really should discourage people who see it, it's got nothing to do with usability anymore.

    It's a good example too show you can do to much and should keep things simple.

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