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Reading on the big screen
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Reading on the big screen
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  • 1. Reading on the Big Screen Books in Browsers 25 October, 2012 Pablo Defendini • @pablod
  • 2. We’ve been living in a small-screen world. Device Class Screen Size Distance From Eyes Handheld Devices 3-4 inches 6-10 inches Small Tablets 5-8 inches 6-12 inches Large Tablets 9-10 inches 12-18 inches General Computing 11-20 inches 12-18 inches
  • 3. They do call it the ‘idiot box,’ after all.
  • 4. The horror. FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS PROGRAMMING TV CONTROL CHECKING THE CODES TROUBLESHOOTING Brockwood 10019 GE 10047, 10051, 10451, 10178, Magnin 11907 Broksonic 10236, 10463 10021, 10027, 10029, 10055, Majestic 10015, 10016 Use the remote control’s keys to per- The UEI Delta remote control is pre- If you have set up the remote control PROBLEM: During programming, 10135, 10279, 10282, 10747, Bush 10355 Marantz 10054, 10030, 10704, 10854, form actions described below (see the programmed at the factory to operate using the Searching For Your Code the Red Light displaysDelta Universal Remote following key chart). the Digital Adapter. The UEI Delta procedure, you may need to find out one long blink. Byd:sign Cadia 11309 11283 Gibralter 11907, 11919, 11922 10017, 10030, 10019 Matsushita 11398, 11554 10250 remote also contains a universal TV which five-digit code is operating your Control When a valid TV library to allow you to control the TV. Perform the following steps after SOLUTION: An invalid entry has occurred. Check the key Candle Canon 10030, 10046, 10056, 10186 10793, 11396 Go Video GoldStar 10886, 11823, 11831 10178, 10030, 10002, 10019, Maxent MB Quart 11755, 11714, 11757 11868 Power and Volume of your TV. setting up your TV to find out which to be entered and try 1032 code is programmed five-digit code operates your TV. Carnivale 10030 Megatron 10178, 10145, 10003 the POWER key will 1. Turn on the TV programming again. Carver 10054, 10170 Goodmans 10360 Memorex 10154, 10463, 10150, 10178, 1. Press and hold SET until the Red Gradiente 10392 10016, 10179, 10877, 11570, turn on or off the TV. PROBLEM: The Red Light blinks Casio 10611, 11205 NOTE: Please read steps 2 to 4 com- Light blinks twice, then release Grundig 10683 11911, 11920 when you press a key, CCE 10217, 10329 pletely before proceeding. Highlight or SET. Grunpy 10180, 10179 MGA 10150, 10178, 10030, 10019, but Digital Adapter and Celebrity 10000 write down the codes and device you TV do not respond. H&B 11366 10155, 11907 Celera 10765 wish to program before moving on to 2. Enter in 9 - 9 - 0. The Red Light Haier 11034, 10768, 11009 Micro 11436 Use SET for all SOLUTION: Make sure the remote Changhong 10765 step 2. will blink twice. Hallmark 10178 Midland 10047, 10017, 10051, 10032, programming control is aimed at your Cinego 11986 10135, 10747 Hanns.G 11783 sequences. 2. Press and hold SET until the Red 3. To view the code for the first Digital Adapter and TV Citizen 10060, 10030, 10092, 10046, Mintek 11603, 11990 digit, press 1 once. Wait 3 sec- Hannspree 11348, 11745, 11783 Light blinks twice, then release and is not farther than 10056, 10186, 10280, 10561, Minutz 10021 onds and count the number of 11669, 11671, 11672, 11928, Harley Davidson 10043, 10179, 11904 SET. 15-feet away. Mitsubish 11250, 10093, 10150, 10178, times the Red Light blinks (e.g., 11935 Harman/Kardon 10054, 10078 Use INFO to display 10014, 10019, 10098, 10155, 3. Locate the code for your device 3 blinks =3) and write down the PROBLEM: When using the volume Clarion 10180 Harvard 10180, 10068 current channel 10331, 10358, 10592, 10836, in Manufacturer’s Codes on the number in the left most TV Code lock sequence or code Classic 11984 Havermy 10093 10868, 11278, 11392 information. back of this user guide. Brands are box (at end of this section). verification, the Red Coby 12017 Helios 10865 Monivision 10843 listed in alphabetical order with Light displays one long Commercial Solutions10047 Hello Kitty 10451 + + the most popular codes listed NOTE: If a code digit is “0” the red blink. Motorola 10093, 10055, 10835 Compaq 10749 Hewlett Packard 11494, 11088, 11089, 11101 Moxell 10835 Use the keypad (0 ~ first. light will not blink. Concerto 10056 Hisense 10748, 11660 SOLUTION: The long blink indicates MTC 10060, 10030, 10019, 10049, 9) to directly select 4. Enter the first five-digit code for 4. Repeat step 3 four more times for that a valid TV code has Contec 10180 Hitachi 10145, 12243, 12143, 11904, 10056, 10091, 10216 the channels (e.g., 09 the remaining digits. Use 2 for the not been programmed. Craig 10180 11345, 10797, 10737, 10724, your TV. If you perform this pro- 10723, 10413, 10279, 10227, Multitech 10180, 10049, 10217 cedure correctly, the Red Light second digit, 3 for the third digit, Crosley 10054 NAD 10156, 10178, 10037, 10056 or 031). PROBLEM: The audio output on the 10173, 10151, 10097, 10095, will blink twice 4 for the fourth digit and 5 for the Crown 10180 Nakamichi 11493 TV is not in the right Curtis Mathes 10047, 10054, 10154, 10451, 10056, 10038, 10032, 10016 fifth digit. Finish writing down the language. Hyundai 10849, 11219, 11294 Naxa 11998 Use ENTER to directly NOTE: If you enter an invalid code, code in the TV Code boxes (at end 10093, 10060, 10702, 10030, NEC 10030, 10019, 10036, 10056, I-Inc 11746 the red light will display one long of this section). SOLUTION: Press the Language 10145, 10166, 10016, 10056, 10170, 10434, 10455, 10497, tune to a channel blink and exit the programming (LANG) key to change 10466, 10747, 11919 iLo 11286, 11603, 11665, 11684, 10882, 11398, 11704, 11797, (e.g. 1-0-9 Enter). TV Code: CXC 10180 11990 mode. Repeat steps 2 to 5 with a valid the audio option back to 12026 Infinity 10054 code. the preferred language. CyberHome 10794 NetTV 11755 Cytron 11326, 12003 InFocus 10736, 10738, 10741, 10781, Nikko 10178, 10030, 10092 Use LAST to recall 5. Aim the remote control at your SETUP CODES FOR TVS Daewoo 10451, 10092, 10019, 10066, 11516 Niko 11581 OVERVIEW the last channel. TV and press Power once. The CHANGING VOLUME LOCK 3M 10737, 11616, 11655 10067, 10091, 10661, 10672, Initial 11990 Noblex 10430 device should turn off. If it does A-Mark 10003 11909, 11928 Insignia 10171, 11204, 11326, 11517, Norcent 10748, 10824, 11089, 11365, The UEI Delta universal remote is not respond, repeat steps 2 to 4, The UEI Delta remote is set to control Daytron 10019 11641, 11780, 11892, 11963, designed to work with the Digital Use LANG to trying each code listed for your the volume level of the Digital Adapter. Abex 10032 12002 11590, 11591 Dell 11264, 11080, 11178, 11403 Norwood Micro 11286, 11296, 11303 switch between Aiko 10092 Inteq 10017 Transport Adapter (Digital Adapter) brand until you find one that Once a valid TV code is programmed Delta 11369 Noshi 10018 Accurian 11803 IX 10877 supplied by your Cable Provider. This different languages works. If it still does not work, try the volume keys will operate the volume Denon 10145, 10511 Action 10873 Janeil 10046 NTC 10092 remote is designed to operate all of the Searching For Your Code. of the TV. Diamond Vision 11801, 11996 and audio options, Admiral 10093, 10463 JBL 10054 NuVision 11657 features and functions of the Digital 6. For future reference, write your Digistar 11565 Olevia 11144, 11240, 11331 when available on the However, you may change the Volume Advent 10761, 10783, 10815, 10817, JCB 10000 Adapter and is programmable to oper- TV code below: 10842, 11933 Digital Lifestyles 11765, 11822 Olympus 11342 Lock setting to regain volume control Jensen 10761, 10050, 10817, 11299, ate the Volume and Power of your TV. Digital Adapter. Adventura 10046 Digital Projection Inc. 11482, 11725, 11726, 11750 Onwa 10180 TV Code: of the Digital Adapter as follows: 11933 Aftron 10891 Dream Vision 11297 Optimus 10250, 10154, 10166, 11913 The remote control requires installing Dumont 10017 JVC 10053, 10036, 10160, 10169, two (2) new AA batteries (included) Aiko 10092 10731, 11349 Optoma 10887, 11348, 11674 + Use CH+ (or CH-) to Changing Volume Lock from TV Durabrand 10463, 10180, 10178, 10171, Aiwa 10701, 11914 Kamp 10216 Optonica 10093, 10165 and simple programming instructions to the Digital Adapter : 11034, 10003 to control your TV. For best results, select the next higher SEARCHING FOR YOUR CODE Akai 10812, 11675, 10060, 10702, Kawasho 10216, 10308 Orion 10236, 10463, 11463, 10179, 10030, 10098, 10672, 11207, Dwin 10093, 10720, 10747, 10774 11905, 11911 (or lower) channel. Kaypani 10052 please read and perform all instruc- If your brand of TV does not respond to 1. Press and hold SET until the Red 11385,11676, 11688, 11689, Dynatech 10049 KDS 11687 Panasonic 10250, 10051, 10055, 10162, tions listed here. Also, keep this guide the remote control after trying all of the Light blinks twice, then release 11692, 11935 Dynex 11463, 11780, 11785 10226, 10375, 11310, 11410, SET. KEC 10180 for future reference. + Use VOL+ (or VOL-) codes listed, or if your brand is not listed Alaron 10179, 10183, 10216 Eiki 10735 Kenwood 10030, 10019 11919 at all, try searching for your code. 2. Enter in 9 - 9 - 3 (The Red Light Albatron 10843 Electroband 10000 Penney 10047, 10156, 10051, 10060, to raise (or lower) Ambassador 10177 Electrograph 11755, 11623 KLH 10765, 10767 10178, 10030, 11919, 11907, 1. Turn on your TV. will blink twice after the 3). INSTALLING BATTERIES the sound volume America Action 10180 Electrohome 10463, 10446, 11570, 11670, Kloss Knoll Systems 10024, 10046, 10078 10781 10747, 10309, 10149, 10135, 3. Press and release the digit 1 (The 11672, 11760, 11761 10110, 10032, 10027, 10021, 1. Pull back the remote control’s on the Digital Adapter 2. Press and hold SET until the Ampro 10751 Konka 10632, 10638, 10707, 11385, 10019, 10018, 10003, 10002 Red Light blinks twice, then Red Light will blink 4 times after Anam 10180 Element 11687 battery cover and remove it. . When a valid TV code the 1). 11831, 11939 Philco 10054, 10030, 10019, 10020, release SET. Anam National 10055 Emerson 10154, 10451, 10236, 10463, Kost 11262, 11483 10028, 10096, 10302 2. Insert the two (2) supplied AA is programmed these AOC 10030 10180, 10178, 10171, 11963, 3. Enter in 9 - 9 - 1. The Red Light 11928, 11913, 11911, 11909, Kreisen 10876, 11474 Philips 10054, 10037, 10690, 11483 batteries according to the + and keys will operate the Changing Volume Lock from Aomni 11623 KTV 10180, 10030, 10183, 10217, - marks in the battery case. will blink twice. Apex Digital 10156, 10748, 10879, 10765, 11905, 11665, 10282, 10280 Pilot 10030, 10019 TVs volume control. Digital Adapter to the TV: 10270, 10183, 10181, 10179 10280 Pioneer 10166, 10038, 10172, 11398 3. Push the battery cover back into 4. While pointing the remote 10890, 11217, 11991 10177, 10038, 10019 LG 11265, 10178, 10442, 10856, Planar 11496 Press MUTE once to control at the TV and press and 1. Press and hold SET until the Red Archer 10003 Emprex 11422, 11546, 11765 11178, 11530, 11637, 11934 place. Light blinks twice, then release Polaroid 10765, 12063, 12002, 11991, turn sound off or on. release the CH + key until the TV Astar 11531, 11738 Envision 10030, 10813, 11365 Lloyd’s 11904 11962, 11769, 11767, 11766, 4. Test the unit by pressing the turns off. (Note: You may need to SET. Audiovox 10451, 10180, 10092, Epson 11122, 11290 Loewe 10136 11762, 11687, 11565, 11538, power key. press [CH+] numerous times). 10003, 10802, 10846, 10875, Logik 10016 11385, 11341, 11328, 11327, 2. Enter in 9 - 9 - 3 (The Red Light Erae 11222 11284, 11951, 11952 11326, 11316, 11314, 11286, will blink twice after the 3). ESA 10812, 10171, 11963 Luce 10837, 11031 If batteries are inserted correctly, NOTE: In the search mode, the Aurora Systems 10801 11276, 11262, 10865, 11385 Fisher 10154, 10159 Luxman 10056 the Red Light will blink. remote control will send IR codes Note: If a valid TV code is not Aventura 10171 Portland 10092, 10019 Fujitsu 10179, 10186, 10683, 10853, LXI 10047, 10054, 10154, 10156, from its library to the TV. programmed the Red Light will Belcor 10019 Prism 10051 NOTE: When batteries need replacement, 12008 10178, 10747 display one long blink. Bell & Howell 10154, 10016 Proscan 10047, 10466, 10747, 11922 the remote control will stop operating. 5. Press SET once to lock in the Funai 10180, 10171, 10179, 11904, Magnavox 11866, 10054, 10030, 10706, BenQ 11032, 11315 Prima 10761, 10817, 11389, 11785, Replace the old batteries within 15 minutes code. The Red Light will blink 3. Press and release the digit 2 (The 11963 11990, 11963, 11913, 11904, Bradford 10180 11525, 11365, 11198, 10802, 11933 and the unit will be restored to its full func- twice. Red Light will blink 2 times after Futuretech 10180 Brillian 11007, 11257, 11258 10230, 10187, 10186, 10179, Proton 10178, 10003, 10031, 10052, tionality. Gateway 11755, 11001, 11756 the 2). 10096, 10036, 10028, 10024, 10466 10020 Protron 11320, 11323
  • 5. It’s getting better. But we’re not quite there yet.
  • 6. Key differences from small screens Not portablePersistent—often on in the background Viewed from a greater distance Often a shared display
  • 7. Key differences between big screens Physical sizes vary dramatically Viewing distances vary widely Hardware and software varies unpredictably in quality and capability
  • 8. Two types of Big Screens:The Digital Broadsheet The Big BoardLarge monitors TVs: 30-60 inches22-30 inches Projectors: 30-100 inchesNot mobile (for now) Outdoor displays: honkin’ hugeHigh-resolution (and getting higher) Low-resolution (even so-called ‘HD’)Used 18-24 inches away from eyes Used 5-10 feet away from eyes
  • 9. Designing for the Digital Broadsheet:High resolution + close viewing distance = High info density High information density allows for complex layouts: multiple columns of body type; generous whitespace;
  • 10. Designing for the Big Board:Low resolution + large viewing distance = Low info density Low information density calls for simple layouts: hierarchical, linear, screen-based navigation; larger type; still, lots of whitespace.
  • 11. Resolution is not a good indicator of context. 30” 40” 60”720 x 480 1280 x 720 1920 x 1080 60” 40” 30” 1280 x 720 1920 x 1024 720 x 480 Given the ranges of resolution and sizes, you can’t really plan to design for a standard set of breakpoints (not that you ever really could, anyway).
  • 12. Overscan: The Return of the Bleed. Actual display panel can extend beyond the border of the bezel. Define a safe area; treat the outside like you would a bleed area in print.Different hardware has different overscan settings, as well as differentphysical bezel arrangements—overcompensation is probably a good idea.
  • 13. Use cases for the Digital Broadsheet: Not just yet. But someday.
  • 14. Use cases for the Digital Broadsheet: Wayfinding NotesRelated files Comments Media As central repository for related info and assets.
  • 15. Use cases for the Big Board: Illustrated books.
  • 16. Use cases for the Big Board:Complementary content.
  • 17. Use cases for the Big Board:Content distributed over different screens.
  • 18. Use cases for the Big Board: The future, soon.
  • 19. Thanks. Sources and further reading:Digital Reading Spaces: How Expert Readers Handle Designing for Tablets & Smart TVs books, the Web, and Electronic Paper by Andy Fitzgerald by Terje Hillesund http://www.slideshare.net/andybywire/designing-for-http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/ tablets-smart-tvs article/view/2762/2504 The Immobile Web - BD Conf. Ideal line length for content by Jason Grigsby by Russ Weakley http://vimeo.com/44036520 http://www.maxdesign.com.au/articles/em/ Tipping Point? We’re Watching More Web Video on Responsive Typography: The Basics TVs Than on PCs. by Oliver Reichenstein by Peter Kafka http://informationarchitects.net/blog/responsive- http://allthingsd.com/20120926/tipping-point-were- typography-the-basics/ watching-more-web-video-on-tvs-than-pcs/ All The Screens: Cross Platform Design Strategies Google Developers: Designing For TV by Theresa Neil https://developers.google.com/tv/web/docs/design_for_tv http://www.slideshare.net/theresaneil/all-the-screens- cross-platform-design-strategies Common Display Resolutions http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_common_resolutions

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