Using User Interface Models in Design [chapter]

Hallvard Trætteberg
2002 Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces III  
We introduce a framework for classifying user interface design representations, and argue that multiple representations are must be used in the design process, and that modelling languages must support the transition between them. We present languages for modelling domain, task and dialog and show how they provide increased support for design, through flexibility and integration. Design patterns based on model fragments from these languages are suggested as a design and engineering tool.
more » ... s: user interface model, task model, dialog model, design pattern 1.
doi:10.1007/978-94-010-0421-3_12 fatcat:k3smoiu2jndaddckwho44cuu3i