A semiotic-based framework to user interface design

Jair C Leite
2002 Proceedings of the second Nordic conference on Human-computer interaction - NordiCHI '02  
This work proposes a framework based on the Semiotic Engineering approach that drives designers to specify the application conceptual model and its associated user interface. Our work contributes to user interface design by proposing the LEMD, a linguistic formalism to the user interface specification in an abstract and structured way focusing on what he/she really wants to mean to the users. The resulting specification could be mapped on conventional widgets.
doi:10.1145/572020.572061 dblp:conf/nordichi/Leite02 fatcat:wperbtcwcvfnnlsikojpxzrgwq