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    • Evaluating the Cognitive Impact of Search User Interface Design Decisions Max L. Wilson Swansea University, UK euroHCIR2011 Newcastle, UK - 4th July 2011 Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Come and Sii what I’ve built http://mspace.fm/sii Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Cognitive Load Theory whats the problem here? Paas, F., Tuovinen, J. E., Tabbers, H., & Van Gerven, P. W. M. (2003). Cognitive load measurement as a means to advance cognitive load theory. Educational Psychologist, 38, 63–71 Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Intrinsic Load (the task) Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Extraneous Load (the user interface) Intrinsic Load (the task) Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Germane Load (to learn and store) Extraneous Load (the user interface) Intrinsic Load (the task) Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Germane Load (to learn and store) Extraneous Load (the user interface) Intrinsic Load (the task) Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • A simple UI A simple task Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • A simple UI A complex learning task Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • struggling A complex UI A complex learning task Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Measuring Cognitive Load Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • *Proposed* Recommendations • Offload visual material to audio if appropriate • Segment into edible chunks • Pre-train people • Weed out unnecessary material • Provide clear visual clues to core material • Make sure visual content relates closely to text • Remove redundancy • Pitch at correct user level Mayer, R. E., & Moreno, R. (2003). Nine ways to reduce cognitive load in multimedia learning. Educational Psychologist, 38, 43–52. Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Our Plans Objective Measurements Explicit Design Changes Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Brain Scanners in HCI » BCI Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Brain Scanners for HCI Measurements Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Phase 1 Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Phase 2 Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • Phase 3 Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011
    • We aim to produce clear design recommendations based upon objective measures of cognitive impact Max L. Wilson m.l.wilson@swansea.ac.uk csmax@swan.ac.ukWednesday, 6 July 2011