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North Carolina State University, College of Design
Department of Graphic and Industrial Design
Master in Graphic Design Program
Spring 2011, Final Project Research

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    • North Carolina State University, College of Design Nadya Rodionenko | April 30, 2012Department of Graphic and Industrial DesignMaster in Graphic Design Program Meredith Davis (Committee Chair)Spring 2011, Final Project Research Denise Gonzales Crisp, Kermit Bailey Social Annotation Space 1/44
    • Research questionHow can the design of a digital annotation systemuse spatial principles to support users interpretationof electronic text? 2/44
    • Research questionHow can the design of a digital annotation systemuse spatial principles to support users interpretationof electronic text?Annotation system 1. A layer of user-generated content on top of the existing resource; 2. An application that allows users to create an annotation system. 3/44
    • Research questionHow can the design of a digital annotation systemuse spatial principles to support users interpretationof electronic text? The system allows users to manipulate the elements of text — such as words, phrases, paragraphs and text blocks — in space in order to better process the information. 4/44
    • Characteristics of e-textElectronic text allows for social reading and communication is topographical and multilinear exists within a larger context of cross-referencing information 5/44
    • SubquestionsElectronic text allows for social reading and communication How can the design of a reading and annotation space allow for the juxtaposition of differing opinions and support shared authoring spaces? is topographical and multilinear How can the reading space accomodate various purposes for reading at different times? exists within a larger context of cross-referencing information What can the spatial organization of annotation tell the readers about the time and context in which it appeared? [How can information visualization make patterns in annotation behavior explicit?] 6/44
    • Commenting•  Initiates the discussion but does not sustain it•  The connection between the comment and the point in the text that it speaks to is not transparent•  Comments are likely to be lost in a long thread•  Comments appear below the original text suggesting an uneven relationship between the author and the reader, with the authors post sitting on top 7/44
    • Project goals•  Provide an efficient discourse space•  Encourage critical interpretation and collaborative criticism•  Enhance communication between readers and writers 8/44
    • Context of usedesignobserver.com – the whole online communitydesignobserver.com/observatory – the blog the annotation system will serveAssumptionsThe readers will critically interpret the original content and makemeaningful expanded annotations.Most readers will have established critical positions and will be confidentenough to express them. 9/44
    • Persona 1: Nick HallNick Hall is a 40-year old professional. He is a recognized writer and a visitingprofessor at a design school. Nick is an established member on designobserver.com.He participates frequently, raises topical issues, publishes the articles of his own,and contributes to ongoing discussions. 10/44
    • Persona 2: Larry AdamsLarry Adams is a 27-year old recent graduate from a design school. Larry is tryingto find a niche for his career development and seeks for advice from those in thefield. He occasionally visits designobserver.com to stay informed and connected toa larger community. 11/44
    • System infrastructureDO FF FB BROWSER DESIGNOBSERVER.COM THE FACEBOOK APP PLUG-IN ORIGINATOR MEDIATOR SYNTHESIZER source of the original content tool to create annotations reveals patterns in the data 12/44
    • Reasons for using a SNS•  Makes the process of starting to use the system easier•  Represents a "wholer" person and eliminates multiple identities•  Provides an integrated way to follow updates 13/44
    • Steps to start using the system FACEBOOK PROFILE ABOUT THE APP STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4CREATE AN ACCOUNT INSTALL THE PLUG-IN AUTHORIZE THE APP SYNC ACCOUNTS designobserver.com browser the Facebook designobserver.com, the FB 14/44
    • Existing social annotation systemsuTok (Orit Zuckerman, 1999)a rating functiona separate place for the synthesisof users activitiesWebbed Footnotes (Scott Andrew Golder, 2003)filtering the ongoing discussions from outdated onesLines (The CafeSociety, 2011)different modes of preview based on zooming 15/44
    • InteractionsInteraction 1: the Facebook application, first time useInteraction 2: designobserver.com, personal reading spaceInteraction 3: designobserver.com, discussionsInteraction 4: the Facebook application, an experienced user 16/44
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    • Reputation system:•  named levels of expertise (beginner, solid, expert)•  number of "respects" collected (that help an annotator progress through levels) 19/44
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    • each bar represents the articles preview most annotated parts in the article 21/44
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    • InteractionsInteraction 1: the Facebook application, first time useInteraction 2: designobserver.com, personal reading spaceInteraction 3: designobserver.com, discussionsInteraction 4: the Facebook application, an experienced user 23/44
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    • collapse/expand the extension Profile settings Larry Adams Beginner 49 bookmark the article Member since: March 2012 go to the Facebook Followers (3) Following (18) personal editing mode Top annotators compress parts of the text See all Annotations write between the lines Recent Hottestmove the lines and paragraphs to the side Joe McDonald solid follow 1 hour ago This would make an interesting do- cumentary. (Mr. Hustwit, listening?) The color of the toolbar is the color that is applied But you should include Steven Heller to all the annotations posted by a particular user. and Alice Rawsthorn in the discus- sion, too. I mean ― what an idea? Users can change the color in the settings. Right? Read more Place in text 5 25/44
    • Users can compress some parts of the text 26/44
    • Users can write between the lines 27/44
    • Users can move the lines and paragraphs to the side 28/44
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    • InteractionsInteraction 1: the Facebook application, first time useInteraction 2: designobserver.com, personal reading spaceInteraction 3: designobserver.com, discussionsInteraction 4: the Facebook application, an experienced user 30/44
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    • respond to the annotator directly 33/44
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    • provide an alternative opinion 36/44
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    • color indicators show the participants 38/44
    • InteractionsInteraction 1: the Facebook application, first time useInteraction 2: designobserver.com, personal reading spaceInteraction 3: designobserver.com, discussionsInteraction 4: the Facebook application, an experienced user 39/44
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    • ConclusionsSystem components reputation system as part of a users identity within the system How can the design of a reading and annotation space allow for the juxtaposition of differing opinions and support shared authoring spaces? personal and public annotation modes How can the reading space accomodate various purposes for reading at different times? information visualization that allows users to read maps of the text and see the articles in relation to each other What can the spatial organization of annotation tell the readers about the time and context in which it appeared? [How can information visualization make patterns in annotation behavior explicit?] 42/44
    • Future directions•  Integration with various blog systems•  Gestural interface for e-readers that allow for manipulating the text through touch screen•  Different ways in which authors compose hypertext narratives 43/44
    • Thank you! 44/44