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  • 1. Nita Chen, Breeawn Cherry, Joanna Huang, Nancy Lam, Raquel Portillo, John Rauch, Melissa Wedeen
  • 2.  Tab browsing is more than just utilizing tabs  Interview user population: college students
  • 3.  Interviews: 49 interviews total ◦ 25 Contextual interviews ◦ 7 task-oriented contextual interviews (vacation plans) ◦ 17 prototype interviews  Two categories of users ◦ Multi-tabs user vs. few-tabs user ◦ Browser-savvy user vs. non-browser-savvy user
  • 4. Alex: Multiple Tab user Karen: Few Tab User
  • 5. Amy: Non Browser Savvy User Jordan: Browser Savvy User
  • 6.  Difficulty keeping track of tabs when open too many  Accidentally closing tabs ◦ Do not know how to recover tabs ◦ Unable to recover tabs and cannot recall what was previously opened  Inefficiency of search history ◦ Organization in Search History not user-friendly ◦ Past tabs can be found using search engines (ex. Google)
  • 7.  Tab usage varies among users  People like to remember their websites  Multiple tabs can cause confusion  Users do not like pop up windows  Efficiency is important to users
  • 8.  Goal: to improve activity history functionality in browser usage  Proposed product: annotated version of search history  Product audience: multi-tab users that frequently engage in research-type activities ◦ Ex. researchers, college students, etc
  • 9. Creation and Revolution
  • 10.  Organization  Visual appeal  Flexibility
  • 11.  Users: organize fictional activity history with associated icons/website screenshots  Prefer website screenshots to icons  Prefer to have relational branching  Prefer minimalization and not too many items displayed at once
  • 12. By  FanTABulous
  • 13. By  FanTABulous
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  • 16.  Categories of organization ◦ Type: alphabetical, type ◦ Chronological  Results ◦ Preference: timeline > frequency > alphabetical ◦ Scroll function to zoom in/out of timeline ◦ Prefer minimalist view ◦ Targets of search: when or what
  • 17. By  FanTABulous
  • 18. By  FanTABulous
  • 19. By  FanTABulous
  • 20. By  FanTABulous 4 M onths ago 2 M onths ago 1 M onth ago 2 W eeks ago 6 M onths ago 12 H ours ago 2 D ays ago 1 W eek ago 1 H our ago N ow
  • 21. By  FanTABulous 4 M onths ago 1 M onth ago 2 W eeks ago 12 H ours ago 2 D ays ago 1 W eek ago 1 H our ago N ow 6 M onths ago 2 M onths ago 20 M in ago
  • 22.  Include scroll time function  Minimalist appearance: show linear timeline first, expand upon search  Search function  Proposed features (not tested yet) ◦ Color coding for “important” websites ◦ Branching of websites to show relational links
  • 23.  Definition of “Importance”  How to organize thumbnail ◦ Thumbnail groupings  Color coding functions ◦ Inactive websites ◦ Website “bookmarking”
  • 24.  Options  Options  Options…