⁄  A Project
⁄  Communication
   Design M1
⁄  HTWG Constance




    Touch Research
Faces
⁄  1934 – Paul Otlet: Information science
⁄  1945 – Vannevar Bush: Links and web
⁄  1960 – J.C.R. Licklider: Networked com...
⁄  “Our ineptitude in getting at the record is largely caused by
   the artificiality systems of indexing.
⁄  Where data o...
⁄  1976 – Richard Saul Wurman: Information architecture
⁄  1981 – State of the Internet: 213 nodes
⁄  1981 – Don Norman: U...
⁄  1994 – Jakob Nielsen: (Sun)Web usability
⁄  1994 – Marc Andreessen, Eric J. Bina & Jim Clark: Mosaic
     & Netscape Na...
?
⁄  2008 – State of the Internet: We count 1 billion computers
   now and 3.3 billion cell phones
⁄  2008 – State of the In...
P2: HCI
Overview
Psychology
Situation:
  Interface/
               Encoding
Information



                          User
    Action:
  Behavior/     ...
Situation:
  Interface/
               Encoding
Information

                                 User

                      ...
User


Visceral
          Behavioral Cognitive
Affective
Perception           Cerebration
•  Spoken Language   •  Terms
•  Text              •  Reasoning
•  Images            •  D...
Situation
   Perception           Cerebration
   •  Spoken Language   •  Terms
   •  Text              •  Reasoning
   •  ...
Motivation – Emotion


          Perception           Cerebration
          •  Spoken Language   •    Terms
          •  T...
Software
Information Architecture
Goal
⁄  Next Milestone (#2)
  ⁄  Please send me your presentations!
  ⁄  Sort the inspirations and brainstorms according to the...
Credits
/libraryman/718450202/                                              /mac/18590268/




                         www.flickr...
⁄  ACM SIGCHI Curricula for Human-Computer Interaction:
  ⁄  http://sigchi.org/cdg/cdg2.html
  ⁄  Original Print Media: Co...
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History
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Seven Master of Arts students from Constance at the University of Applied Sciences Communication Design faculty will be working on design research concerning multi-touch interfaces summer term 2008. Faces and history.

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Touch Research 1: Inspiration and History

  1. 1. ⁄  A Project ⁄  Communication Design M1 ⁄  HTWG Constance Touch Research
  2. 2. Faces
  3. 3. ⁄  1934 – Paul Otlet: Information science ⁄  1945 – Vannevar Bush: Links and web ⁄  1960 – J.C.R. Licklider: Networked computers with easy user interfaces ⁄  1965 – Ted Nelson: Hypertext as an idea ⁄  1968 – Doug Engelbart: First hypertext system ⁄  1969 – State of the Internet/ ARPANET: 4 nodes
  4. 4. ⁄  “Our ineptitude in getting at the record is largely caused by the artificiality systems of indexing. ⁄  Where data of any sort are placed in storage, they are filed alphabetically or numerically, and information is found (when it is) by tracing it down from subclass to subclass. ⁄  It can be in only one place, unless duplicates are used; one has to have the rules as to which path will located it, and the rules are cumbersome. human mind does not work that way. It ⁄  The operates by association.”
  5. 5. ⁄  1976 – Richard Saul Wurman: Information architecture ⁄  1981 – State of the Internet: 213 nodes ⁄  1981 – Don Norman: User-centered design ⁄  1987 – Bill Atkinson: HyperCard ⁄  1989 – State of the Internet: 376 thousand nodes ⁄  1991 – Tim Berners-Lee: World Wide Web & WorldWideWeb, HTML
  6. 6. ⁄  1994 – Jakob Nielsen: (Sun)Web usability ⁄  1994 – Marc Andreessen, Eric J. Bina & Jim Clark: Mosaic & Netscape Navigator ⁄  1995 – State of the Internet: HTML 2.0 ⁄  1997 – State of the Internet: HTML 3.2 ⁄  1997 – State of the Internet: HTML 4.0 ⁄  2000 – State of the Internet: HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0 ⁄  2005 – State of the Internet: More than 400 million users
  7. 7. ?
  8. 8. ⁄  2008 – State of the Internet: We count 1 billion computers now and 3.3 billion cell phones ⁄  2008 – State of the Internet: HTML 5 (draft) ⁄  The mobile Web is coming.
  9. 9. P2: HCI
  10. 10. Overview
  11. 11. Psychology
  12. 12. Situation: Interface/ Encoding Information User Action: Behavior/ Decoding Interaction
  13. 13. Situation: Interface/ Encoding Information User Visceral Behavioral Cognitive Affective Action: Behavior/ Decoding Interaction
  14. 14. User Visceral Behavioral Cognitive Affective
  15. 15. Perception Cerebration •  Spoken Language •  Terms •  Text •  Reasoning •  Images •  Decision Making •  Problem Solving Behavior Learning •  Motor Activity •  Acquisition •  Speech •  Memory
  16. 16. Situation Perception Cerebration •  Spoken Language •  Terms •  Text •  Reasoning •  Images •  Decision Making •  Problem Solving Behavior Learning •  Motor Activity •  Acquisition •  Speech •  Memory Action
  17. 17. Motivation – Emotion Perception Cerebration •  Spoken Language •  Terms •  Text •  Reasoning •  Images •  Decision Making •  Problem Solving Behavior Learning •  Motor Activity •  Acquisition •  Speech •  Memory Social Context – Physiology
  18. 18. Software
  19. 19. Information Architecture
  20. 20. Goal
  21. 21. ⁄  Next Milestone (#2) ⁄  Please send me your presentations! ⁄  Sort the inspirations and brainstorms according to the ACM SIGCHI Curricula HCI areas. ⁄  Prepare a main idea for a multi-touch application. ⁄  Think of personas. ⁄  What elements do we need for a concept?
  22. 22. Credits
  23. 23. /libraryman/718450202/ /mac/18590268/ www.flickr.com/creativecommons /mathoov/2429735842/ /jimgris/65769319/ /scobleizer/2256358640/ /kitcowan/712113879/ /onkel_wart/2377883376/ /keylosa/184606430/ /liewcf/894035077/ /raindog/532177285/ /cssa_ucsd/150160784/ /matlocktest/37349112/ /jordanfischer/61429449/ /hyoga/1165367241/ /sparktography/374064022/
  24. 24. ⁄  ACM SIGCHI Curricula for Human-Computer Interaction: ⁄  http://sigchi.org/cdg/cdg2.html ⁄  Original Print Media: Copyright © 1992 by the Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. ⁄  Web Version: Copyright © 1996 by the Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. ⁄  All the rest: ⁄  http://wikipedia.org ⁄  University of Applied Sciences Constance, Faculty for Communication Design, Project “Touch Research”: ⁄  http://www.htwg-konstanz.de ⁄  http://www.kd.fh-konstanz.de/dina8/daten_e.php?wodenn=will ⁄  http://www.felgner.ch/2008/04/touch_research.html

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