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How Do Users Perceive Supportive User Interfacess

  1. 1. How Do Users Perceive SUIs<br />Jérémie Melchiorand Jean VanderdoncktUniversité catholique de Louvain<br />Presentationat SUI2011 workshop<br />
  2. 2. The need for quality<br />Users need experience or knowledge<br />User interfaces vary from an application to another<br />Complex operations should not appear to be complex for the user<br /> Quality<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />2<br />
  3. 3. Someoperations<br />Set: to change features of a widget <br />size, color<br />Copy: create a copy of a widget<br />Move: move a widget <br />from a container to another one<br />on the same<br />on another computer<br />Replace: replace a widget by another one<br />Merge: put a widget in the same container than one or more widgets<br />Split/Separate: split a container into two or more containers<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />3<br />
  4. 4. RelatedWork<br />ARIS in 2004<br />Coutaz et al. in 2006: Meta-User Interfaces for Ambient Spaces<br />MigriXML in 2006<br />IMPROMPTU in 2008 <br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />4<br />
  5. 5. Survey<br />Users' opinion<br />6 operations<br />Different metaphors<br />14 participants <br />More information in IJHCI'2011 journal paper<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />5<br />
  6. 6. Set-up<br />14 participants <br />6operations<br />4metaphores for eachoperation<br />14*6*4 = 336 trials<br />More information in IJHCI'2011 journal paper<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />6<br />A B C D<br />
  7. 7. Experience with devices<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Preferred interaction styles <br />a: by drag&drop and direct manipulation of the object<br />b: by iconic representation and menu selection<br />c: by command line interface<br />d: by code or indirect manipulation<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />8<br />
  9. 9. Feedbacks for the operations<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />9<br />
  10. 10. Feedbacks on the metaphors<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />10<br />
  11. 11. Conclusions<br />Tablets and kiosk: little experience<br />Natural metaphors<br />WYSIWYG<br />Command line interface:<br />for experienced users only<br />not as the primary metaphor<br />       adaptation to user's profile<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />11<br />

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