How Do Users Perceive Supportive User Interfacess

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