Conceptual model

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● Recap
● Understanding the problem space
● What is an assumption?
● What is a claim?
● A framework for analysing the problem space
● Activity
● Assumptions: realistic or wish-list?
● Benefits of conceptualising
● From problem space to design space
● Conceptual model
● Components
● First steps in formulating a conceptual model
● Conceptual models
● Interface metaphors
● Material Metaphors
● Activity
● Interface metaphors
● Benefits of interface metaphors
● Problems with interface metaphors
● Interaction types
● 1. Instructing
● Which is easiest and why?
● 2. Conversing
● Would you talk with Anna?
● Pros and cons of conversational model
● 3. Manipulating
● Direct Manipulation
● Why are DM interfaces so enjoyable?
● What are the disadvantages with DM?
● 4. Exploring
● Which conceptual model is best?
● Conceptual models: interaction and interface
● Many kinds of interface types available including…
● Which interaction type to choose?
● Paradigm
● Examples of new paradigms
● Visions
● Theory
● Models
● Framework
● Summary

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chapter ۲ understanding and conceptualizing interaction design recap hci has moved beyond designing interfaces for desktop machines about extending and supporting all manner of human activities in all manner of places facilitating user experiences through designing interactions make work effective efficient and safer improve and enhance learning and training provide enjoyable and exciting entertainment enhance communication and understanding support new forms of creativity and expression www.id book.com ۲ ۲ ۲ understanding the problem space what do you want to create what are your assumptions will it achieve what you hope it will www.id book.com ۳ ۳ ۳ what is an assumption taking something for granted when it needs further investigation e.g. people will want to watch tv while driving http www.ibiblio.org jlillie cooltown lillie.htm www.id book.com ۴ ۴ what is a claim stating something to be true when it is still open to question e.g. a multimodal style of interaction for controlling gps — one that involves speaking while driving — is safe www.id book.com ۵ ۵ writing down your assumptions and claims and then trying to defend and support them can highlight those that are vague or wanting. in so doing poorly constructed design ideas can be reformulated. explicating people’s assumptions and claims about why they think something might be a good idea or not enables the design team as a whole to view multiple perspectives on the problem space and in so doing reveal conflicting and problematic ones. ۵ a framework for analysing the problem space are there problems with an existing product or user experience if so what are they why do you think there are problems how do you think your proposed design ideas might overcome these if you are designing for a new user experience how do you think your proposed design ideas support change or extend current ways of doing things www.id book.com ۶ activity what are the assumptions and claims made about ۳d tv www.id book.com ۷ ۷ ۷ assumptions realistic or wish list people would not mind wearing the glasses that are needed to see in ۳d in their living rooms – reasonable people would not mind paying a lot more for a new ۳d enabled tv screen – not reasonable people would really enjoy the enhanced clarity and color detail provided by ۳d – reasonable people will be happy carrying around their own special glasses – reasonable only for a very select bunch of users www.id book.com ۸ ۸ ۸ benefits of conceptualising orientation enables design teams to ask specific questions about how the conceptual model will be understood open minded prevents design teams from becoming narrowly focused early on common ground allows design teams to establish a set of commonly agreed terms www.id book.com ۹ from problem space to design space having a good understanding of the problem space can help inform the design space e.g. what kind of interface behavior functionality to provide but before deciding upon these it is important to develop a conceptual model www.id book.com ۱ ۱ ۱ conceptual model a conceptual model is …a high level description of how a system is organized and operates johnson and henderson ۲ ۲ p۲۶ enables …designers to straighten out their thinking before they start laying out their widgets johnson and henderson ۲ ۲ p۲۸ www.id book.com ۱۱ components metaphors and analogies understand what a product is for and how to use it for an activity concepts that people are exposed to through the product task–domain objects their attributes and operations e.g. saving revisiting organizing relationship and mappings between these concepts www.id book.com ۱۲ first steps in formulating a conceptual model what will the users be doing when carrying out their tasks how will the system support these what kind of interface metaphor if any will be appropriate what kinds of interaction modes and styles to use always keep in mind when making design decisions how the user will understand the underlying conceptual model www.id book.com ۱۳ conceptual models many kinds and ways of classifying them we describe them in terms of core activities and objects also in terms of interface metaphors www.id book.com ۱۴ ۱۴ the best conceptual models are those that appear obvious the operations they support being intuitive to use. however sometimes applications can end up being based on overly complex conceptual models especially if they are the result of a series of upgrades where more and more functions and ways of doing something are added to the original conceptual model. most interface applications are actually based on well established conceptual models. for example a conceptual model based on the core aspects of the customer experience when at a shopping mall underlies most online shopping websites. interface metaphors are intended to provide familiar entities that enable people to readily understand the underlying conceptual model and know what to do at an interface. however they can also contravene people’s expectations about how things should be such as the recycle bin trashcan that used to sit on the desktop. logically and culturally i.e. in the real world it should have been placed under the desk. but users would not have been able to see it because it would be occluded by the desktop surface. so it needed to go on the desktop. some users find this irksome but most did not find it to be a problem. once they understood why the bin icon was on the desktop they simply accepted it being there. ۱۴ interface metaphors conceptualizing what we are doing e.g. surfing the web a conceptual model instantiated at the interface e.g. the desktop metaphor visualizing an operation e.g. an icon of a shopping cart for placing items into www.id book.com ۱۵ material metaphors the card is a very popular ui why has familiar form factor material properties are added giving appearance and physical behavior e.g. surface of paper www.id book.com ۱۶ add new image for figure ۲.۵ ۱۶ activity describe the components of the conceptual model underlying most online shopping websites e.g. shopping cart proceeding to check out ۱ click gift wrapping cash till www.id book.com ۱۷ ۱۷ these include the placement of items a customer wishes to purchase into …

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