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  • 1. CONNECTED TV10 FEET INTERFACEFriday, May 24, 13
  • 2. 1994Friday, May 24, 13
  • 3. «An "intelligent" television system linked withdata processing systems by means of a digitalor analog network»Friday, May 24, 13
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  • 5. MarketFriday, May 24, 13
  • 6. The MarketFriday, May 24, 13
  • 7. 27%Friday, May 24, 13
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  • 10. The RemoteFriday, May 24, 13
  • 11. The RemoteFriday, May 24, 13
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  • 19. “Accelerators – unseen by the novice user –may often speed up the interaction for theexpert user such that the system can cater toboth inexperienced and experienced users.Allow users to tailor frequent actions.”– Usability Heuristics. Jacob Nilsen.• І це одна з евристик Нілсена про фічі які прискорюють користування для прокачанихFriday, May 24, 13
  • 20. DesignFriday, May 24, 13
  • 21. DesignFriday, May 24, 13
  • 22. “Connected TV is largely driven by content.Where there are compelling things to watch,the Internet becomes a major source ofentertainment”.– Paul Gray, Director of TV electronics researchfor NPD DisplaySearch.Friday, May 24, 13
  • 23. SimpleFriday, May 24, 13
  • 24. Pros: Easy to navigateCons: Suites badly to apps with big amount ofcontent.Use when: You can fit all your content into3-10 categories (e.g. Comedy, Action, Horror,Sport, History, Documentaries).SimpleFriday, May 24, 13
  • 25. LayersFriday, May 24, 13
  • 26. Pros: Multiple menu layers.Cons: Highly dependent on goodinformation architecture.Use when: Multi-level content structure orsettings.LayersFriday, May 24, 13
  • 27. NewsFriday, May 24, 13
  • 28. Pros: Easy to navigate, provides relevantdata.Cons: Works bad with big amounts of data.Use when: Content gets outdated quickly.NewsFriday, May 24, 13
  • 29. Google TVFriday, May 24, 13
  • 30. Pros: All navigation items stay visibleCons: May cause visual clutterUse when: Users need to navigate betweendifferent sections frequently.Google TVFriday, May 24, 13
  • 31. Apple TVFriday, May 24, 13
  • 32. Pros: Good for novel users.Cons: Does not work when there is nopersonalized or featured content.Use when: You have 3-8 categories with nohierarchy.Apple TVFriday, May 24, 13
  • 33. Anti PatternsFriday, May 24, 13
  • 34. WebsiteFriday, May 24, 13
  • 35. Drop-downFriday, May 24, 13
  • 36. MixedFriday, May 24, 13
  • 37. The 10ft environment is usually a socialenvironment, not a single-userenvironment.Friday, May 24, 13
  • 38. Provide visual feedback.Friday, May 24, 13
  • 39. Group your content, controls, andinteractions by priority.Friday, May 24, 13
  • 40. Make the primary action reachable in oneclick.Friday, May 24, 13
  • 41. Always display an easy way for users toreturn to their previous location. Don’t relyon the back button.Friday, May 24, 13
  • 42. Anticipate and select the user’s nextaction when you can.Friday, May 24, 13
  • 43. VisualsFriday, May 24, 13
  • 44. VisualsFriday, May 24, 13
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  • 52. EnterpriseFriday, May 24, 13
  • 53. HotelsFriday, May 24, 13
  • 54. HospitalsFriday, May 24, 13
  • 55. BanksFriday, May 24, 13
  • 56. OfficesFriday, May 24, 13
  • 57. So what?Friday, May 24, 13