Elastic Windows

Eser Kandogan, Ben Shneiderman
1997 Proceedings of the 10th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology - UIST '97  
The World-Wide Web is becoming an invaluable source for the information needs of many users. However, current browsers are still primitive, in that they do not support many of the navigation needs of users, as indicated by user studies. They do not provide an overview and a sense of location in the information structure being browsed. Also they do not facilitate organization and filtering of information nor aid users in accessing already visited pages without high cognitive demands. In this
more » ... r, a new browsing interface is proposed with multiple hierarchical windows and efficient multiple window operations. It provides a flexible environment where users can quickly organize, filter, and restructure the information on the screen as they reformulate their goals. Overviews can give the user a sense of location in the browsing history as well as provide fast access to a hierarchy of pages.
doi:10.1145/263407.263541 dblp:conf/uist/KandoganS97 fatcat:xzomhrqkcjh7vh7rbfz5cozzie