Browse by Subject "human computer interaction"
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(2005-08)A key technique for evaluating early design ideas is the use of low-fidelity prototypes. Low-fidelity prototypes allow for rapid iterations that significantly improve the interface design with minimal investment of time ...
(2012-02-06)The purpose of this study was to apply knowledge from industrial design to other related field such as user interface design, computer science, education, etc. The author had the chance to participate in several ...
Clover: Connecting Technology and Character Education Using Personally-Constructed Animated Vignettes (2005-09)K-12 schools need effective methods for delivering technology and character education. In this paper, we describe the iterative design, use, and evaluation of a tool that enables kids to construct animated vignettes ...
(2009-02-08)New connections between research and practice are necessary to address human information behavior in an increasingly technologically mediated world. Socio-technical systems for encountering, finding and sharing information ...
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(2014-05)Human computer interaction (HCI) studies a human being and a computer at the same time. Within an HCI system, a graphical user interface (GUI) as software and input and output (I/O) hardware must be matched. Common sensory ...
An Integrated Framework Enhanced with Appearance Model for Facial Motion Modeling, Analysis and Synthesis (2004-07)Human faces provide important cues of human activities. Thus they are useful for human-human communication, human-computer interaction (HCI) and intelligent video surveillance. Computational models for face analysis and ...
(2005-08)Task interruption often has a significant negative impact on a user's productivity and affective state. Cognitive theorists have argued that interrupting the execution of primary tasks at moments of lower mental workload ...
(2005-04)Iconic interfaces have been used to enable users to visually manage applications in interactive workspaces. However, current implementations do not scale for larger numbers of applications and do not allow users to maintain ...
(iSchools, 2014-03-01)This project examines and compares the inferred cognitive workload of detailed and non-detailed textual directions in a navigation task. A user study was conducted where participants navigated through two virtual worlds, ...