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User Interface Patterns for Hypermedia Applications

Rossi, Gustavo and Schwabe, Daniel and Lyardet, Fernando Daniel (2000):
User Interface Patterns for Hypermedia Applications.
In: Proceedings of Advanced Visual Interfaces 2000, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

Designing high quality visual interfaces for hypermedia applications is difficult; it involves organizing different kinds of interface objects (for example those triggering navigation), prevent the user from cognitive overhead, etc. Unfortunately, interface design methods do not capture design decisions or rationale, so it is hard to record and convey interface design expertise. In this paper, we introduce interface patterns for hypermedia applications as a concept for reusing interface designs. The structure of this paper is as follows: first, we introduce the context in which these patterns were discovered and we give a rationale for their use. Then we present some simple but effective patterns using a standard template. We finally discuss some further issues on the use of interface patterns in hypermedia applications.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2000
Creators: Rossi, Gustavo and Schwabe, Daniel and Lyardet, Fernando Daniel
Title: User Interface Patterns for Hypermedia Applications
Language: German
Abstract:

Designing high quality visual interfaces for hypermedia applications is difficult; it involves organizing different kinds of interface objects (for example those triggering navigation), prevent the user from cognitive overhead, etc. Unfortunately, interface design methods do not capture design decisions or rationale, so it is hard to record and convey interface design expertise. In this paper, we introduce interface patterns for hypermedia applications as a concept for reusing interface designs. The structure of this paper is as follows: first, we introduce the context in which these patterns were discovered and we give a rationale for their use. Then we present some simple but effective patterns using a standard template. We finally discuss some further issues on the use of interface patterns in hypermedia applications.

Title of Book: Proceedings of Advanced Visual Interfaces 2000
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2016 12:59
Identification Number: rossi00patternHyperApp
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