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Content Preparation and Management for Web Design: Eliciting, Structuring, Searching, and Displaying Information

Robert W. Proctor, Kim-Phuong L. Vu, Gavriel Salvendy
2002 International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction  
Interaction (HCI International 2001). 26 Proctor et al. help ensure that users' interactions with these systems are successful, the primary goals of the content designer and of content preparation in general  ...  For example, the amount of information available through the Web has made it more difficult to retrieve information relevant to a specific task, and the format in which the information is displayed in  ...  If Web pages are properly designed (e.g., by following the W3C-WAI guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium, 1997 Consortium, -2002 , they are accessible by users with diverse sensory abilities (e.g  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327590ijhc1401_2 fatcat:cj4aqm65ujgblauf2f3ynzbfya


Tinashini Jayadevan Naidu, Aslina Saad
2018 The International Journal of Multimedia & Its Applications  
This research aims to produce a guideline for an effective user interface for semantic application particularly educational.  ...  Seven of ten teachers agreed that the most important principle in user interface design is effectiveness specifically the simplicity, aesthetic and minimalist design.  ...  There are two highlighted concepts in this research. The user interface for semantic application and user interface guideline, which is widely used in educational web.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijma.2018.10607 fatcat:eqbokjro3fasjdl43zamf7ya2m

Managing metaphors for advanced user interfaces

Aaron Marcus
1994 Proceedings of the workshop on Advanced visual interfaces - AVI '94  
One of the important challenges to user interface design is how to help the novice user become quickly proficient and  ...  User Interface Design The user interface embodies the data and functions of computer-based products and provides a basis for the product's usability and commercial success.  ...  Acknowledgments The author acknowledges the assistance of his staff in preparing this article. The article is based on other of the author's articles cited in the Rcferenccs.  ... 
doi:10.1145/192309.192317 dblp:conf/avi/Marcus94 fatcat:5wvyiz4cczafzcb27dn2lod37y

Integrated Help

Mohd Javed Khan, Khurram Mustafa
2018 Asian Journal of Education and e-Learning  
An observation study was conducted to investigate misconceptions and difficulty experienced by Novice Programmers.  ...  Secondly, Ergonomics of learning interface causes eye fatigue.  ...  According to the recommendation of World Wide Web Consortium W3C, text and images with insufficient contrast between foreground and background colour, works as hindrance for people with visual disabilities  ... 
doi:10.24203/ajeel.v6i4.5457 fatcat:xn2ybwkkhzaenpucftikcrq67i

A Predictive Model of Human Performance With Scrolling and Hierarchical Lists

Andy Cockburn, Carl Gutwin
2009 Human-Computer Interaction  
System designers are often responsible for the structure and layout of these components, yet prior research provides conflicting results on how different structures and layouts affect user performance.  ...  Many interactive tasks in graphical user interfaces involve finding an item in a list, but with the item not currently in sight.  ...  Dick Pew for their helpful comments and recommendations. Thanks also to Colin Oullette for his assistance in conducting the experiments, and to all of the participants.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07370020902990402 fatcat:w2r4pzkkbjhmfp4roofutdraya

Towards Conducting Reproducible Distributed Experiments in the Geosciences

Florian Ledermann, Georg Gartner
2021 AGILE: GIScience Series  
The versatility of the proposed system is demonstrated in three case studies where the system is put to use in widely different application scenarios.  ...  We present a system for running experiments and user studies that can be effortlessly distributed across multiple heterogeneous devices.  ...  In an LBS indoor navigation scenario, a "Wizard of Oz" prototyping strategy (Kelley, 1984) is employed by showing the user a hypothetical indoor navigation user interface, which is in fact a mock-up  ... 
doi:10.5194/agile-giss-2-33-2021 fatcat:jalmpvo645hdpgjyjlzwli3uii

Literature Review of Computer Tools for the Visually Impaired: a focus on Search Engines [article]

Guy Meyer, Alan Wassyng, Mark Lawford, Kourosh Sabri, Shahram Shirani
2020 arXiv   pre-print
A sudden reliance on the internet has resulted in the global standardization of specific software and interfaces tailored for the average user.  ...  By analyzing the attributes discussed below, the reader is equipped with a set of references for existing applications, along with practical insight and recommendations for accessible design.  ...  In addition these sites did not comply with the Web Accessibility Initiative guidelines (WAI) published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Consortium (1999) .  ... 
arXiv:2010.11163v1 fatcat:72s5ps5765bdbmhu3azev5e4iu

Integrating Computational Intelligence Techniques And Assessment Agents In Elearning Environments

Konstantinos C. Giotopoulos, Christos E. Alexakos, Grigorios N. Beligiannis, Spiridon D.Likothanassis
2007 Zenodo  
for the provision of additional information from Internet sources matching the needs and profile of the specific user and III) a genetic algorithm designed to extract efficient information (classifying  ...  The idea of using a GA in order to fulfil this difficult task came from the fact that GAs have been widely used in applications including classification of unknown data.  ...  Buraga [2] proposes an agent-oriented extensible framework based on XML family for building a hypermedia e-learning system available on the world-wide web.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1074930 fatcat:wdtnbunf4nhtph453ysctndwgi

Sequential/Spatial, a Survey of Interactive Information Retrieval Methods for Controlled Experimentation and Evaluation [article]

Michael Segundo Ortz
2019 arXiv   pre-print
design, experimental design, user study, and evaluation methodology.  ...  This survey presents studies that investigated non-spatial (sequential) and spatial information retrieval systems in parallel during a battery of information-seeking tasks with respect to user navigational  ...  New questions were asked in the mid 1990's as personal computers, and World Wide Web (WWW) use, more than doubled 2 . It was likely that people would now encounter unknown digital information spaces.  ... 
arXiv:1911.01318v1 fatcat:sxrphnolfvby7hhpoljisswwwq

A model of novice and expert navigation performance in constrained-input interfaces

Andy Cockburn, Carl Gutwin
2010 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
Since constrained input is now common in a wide variety of interactive systems (such as mobile phones, audio players, in-car navigation systems, and kiosk displays), it is important for designers to understand  ...  without the need for extensive user studies.  ...  John for creating CogTool, for constructive comments on the article, and for modeling our systems in CogTool to produce the predictions shown in Figure 8 .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1806923.1806927 fatcat:edtzwpqcezhjrals2dkrfsptwm

Cognitive styles within an exploratory search system for digital libraries

Paula Goodale, Paul David Clough, Samuel Fernando, Nigel Ford, Mark Stevenson, Professor Peter Willett
2014 Journal of Documentation  
In contrast to the shorter information seeking tasks, user differences are found in the semantic differential ratings by user category for the path creation task.  ...  The authors explained that wholist users prefer a well-structured set of stimuli, and do not enjoy imposing a structure by themselves, so they tended to follow links prescribed by the authors of Web pages  ... 
doi:10.1108/jd-03-2014-0045 fatcat:p356k7ekhrh6vakcxq3idfsfky

BilVideo: Design and Implementation of a Video Database Management System

Mehmet Emin Dönderler, Ediz Şaykol, Umut Arslan, Özgür Ulusoy, Uğur Güdükbay
2005 Multimedia tools and applications  
BilVideo has a simple, yet very powerful SQL-like textual query language for spatio-temporal queries on video data [10] . For novice users, a visual query interface is provided.  ...  As a consequence, multimedia content is widely used for many applications in today's world, and hence, a need for organizing this data, and accessing it from repositories with vast amount of information  ...  As multimedia content (e.g. image, video, and audio) is widely used for many applications in today's world, a need for organizing this data, and accessing it from repositories with vast amount of information  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-005-2715-7 fatcat:nmcyutwfindu7cv6ktzzeip2by

How Influential Are Mental Models on Interaction Performance? Exploring the Gap between Users' and Designers' Mental Models through a New Quantitative Method

Bingjun Xie, Jia Zhou, Huilin Wang
2017 Advances in Human-Computer Interaction  
Third, the relationship between information structures and user performance was partially mediated by directional similarity.  ...  Our findings provide practitioners with a new perspective of bridging the gap between users' and designers' mental models.  ...  A new method is needed to reflect the directional information of mental models of hierarchy structures. Web navigation is similar to the real-world navigation.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2017/3683546 fatcat:olrjn3yyyvb7zixdtlv3hztkpy

Towards behaviour-driven transcoding of web content through an analysis of user coping strategies

Darren Lunn
2011 ACM SIGWEB Newsletter  
Abstract People with visual impairments are hindered when accessing information on the World Wide Web (Web) as content is not designed with their needs in mind.  ...  People with visual impairments are hindered when accessing information on the World Wide Web (Web) as it is not designed with their needs in mind.  ...  that will be required for the Semantic Web to come into existence.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1942800.1942803 fatcat:xffym75s5vchfpkpoxr7evnxoe

Designing websites for persons with cognitive deficits: Design and usability of a psychoeducational intervention for persons with severe mental illness

Armando J. Rotondi, Jennifer Sinkule, Gretchen L. Haas, Michael B. Spring, Christine M. Litschge, Christina E. Newhill, Rohan Ganguli, Carol M. Anderson
2007 Psychological services  
These designs were tested for their ability to facilitate use by persons with SMI. The final website design is presented.  ...  this knowledge to design a web-based telehealth application to deliver a psychoeducation program to persons with schizophrenia and their families.  ...  If web designers consider the cognitive needs of this population, the Internet and the World Wide Web can be beneficial and practical for those with SMI.  ... 
doi:10.1037/1541-1559.4.3.202 pmid:26321884 pmcid:PMC4552350 fatcat:ltopux7yinh7zk7sylgupz7qyq
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