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There is a strong likelihood that the redesign of our application will be disruptive to our business in the short term, and we don't yet know how the behavior of our community will change when they begin to use our updated application.
She said Nielsen offers "six fixes" to ensure a redesign is worth it.
com article, many people feel the redesign is meant to mimic the look of craft beer.
Together with the redesign, we have made a strong commitment to combat the inequalities driven by high-cost test preparation.
Because of the detailed focus within the process on gathering and analyzing information, the HPT model, by design, empowers the instructor to take a broader, more comprehensive approach to course redesign.
The redesign came about through the work of well-known designer Mario Garcia, who has done similar consulting for The Wall Street Journal, The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Kansas City Star.
Architect David Childs used the American Institute of Architects' annual awards luncheon as an opportunity to announce his much-anticipated redesigns for Freedom Tower, the 1776-foot tall skyscraper that is to rise above the footprints of the twin towers at the World Trade Center site.
The guiding principal of Task Force Redesign begins with and understanding of what it is that the headquarters must be capable of doing in quantifiable terms.
The most significant gains come from the associated redesign of clinical and business processes and redeployment of resources that information technology makes possible.
The goal of the redesign is to modernize crime information by collecting data currently maintained law enforcement records, making the enhanced UCR Program a by-product of current records systems while maintaining the integrity of UCR's long-running statistical series.
Other successful redesigns include the Land Rover Range Rover, Saturn Ion and Toyota Sienna.
A summary of the NARA Proposal for A Redesign of Federal Records Management and of ARMA International's comments is available on ARMA's Web site at www.