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How Do Users Perceive Supportive User Interfacess
How Do Users Perceive Supportive User Interfacess
How Do Users Perceive Supportive User Interfacess
How Do Users Perceive Supportive User Interfacess
How Do Users Perceive Supportive User Interfacess
How Do Users Perceive Supportive User Interfacess
How Do Users Perceive Supportive User Interfacess
How Do Users Perceive Supportive User Interfacess
How Do Users Perceive Supportive User Interfacess
How Do Users Perceive Supportive User Interfacess
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  • 1. How Do Users Perceive SUIs<br />Jérémie Melchiorand Jean VanderdoncktUniversité catholique de Louvain<br />Presentationat SUI2011 workshop<br />
  • 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. 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. 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. Survey<br />Users&apos; opinion<br />6 operations<br />Different metaphors<br />14 participants <br />More information in IJHCI&apos;2011 journal paper<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />5<br />
  • 6. Set-up<br />14 participants <br />6operations<br />4metaphores for eachoperation<br />14*6*4 = 336 trials<br />More information in IJHCI&apos;2011 journal paper<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />6<br />A B C D<br />
  • 7. Experience with devices<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />7<br />
  • 8. Preferred interaction styles <br />a: by drag&amp;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. Feedbacks for the operations<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />9<br />
  • 10. Feedbacks on the metaphors<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />10<br />
  • 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&apos;s profile<br />ITEA UsiXML project #08026, 2009-2012<br />11<br />

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