Promoting a separation of concerns via closely-related interaction and presentation models

Bruno Santana da Silva, Otávio A Martins Netto, Simone Diniz Junqueira Barbosa
2005 Proceedings of the 2005 Latin American conference on Human-computer interaction - CLIHC '05  
A common goal of HCI design processes is to provide an organized set of procedures and representations to develop high-quality interactive systems. However, we find large gaps between representations in existing approaches, and some representations do not have a clear scope or focus. This paper proposes to use a set of closely-related notations to address different sets of design issues in successive stages of design, aiming to achieve a clear separation of concerns. In particular, it focuses
more » ... the transition from an interaction model to an abstract presentation model.
doi:10.1145/1111360.1111378 dblp:conf/clihc/SilvaNB05 fatcat:vqisemg3ifd55l6w5o2ls7akn4