publication . Conference object . Part of book or chapter of book . 2007

Visual design of user interfaces by (de)composition

Lepreux, S.; Jean Vanderdonckt; Michotte, B.;
  • Published: 01 Jan 2007
  • Country: Belgium
Most existing graphical user interfaces are usually designed for a fixed context of use, thus making them rather difficult to modify for other contexts of use, such as for other users, other platforms, and other environments. This paper addresses this problem by introducing a new visual design method for graphical users interfaces referred to as “visual design by (de)composition". In this method, any individual or composite component of a graphical user interface is submitted to a series of operations for composing a new interface from existing components and for decomposing an existing one into smaller pieces that can be used in turn for another interface. For ...
free text keywords: Computer science, Interface metaphor, Multiple document interface, Natural user interface, Graphical user interface testing, 10-foot user interface, Graphical user interface, business.industry, business, User interface design, User interface, Human–computer interaction
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