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Cooking up Real World Business Applications Combining Physicality, Digitality, and Image Schemas
Zitatschlüssel JornHurtienneJohannHabakukIsraelFraunhoferKatharinaWeber.2008
Autor Hurtienne, J. and Israel, J. H. and Weber, K.
Jahr 2008
Zusammenfassung ABSTRACT Tangible interaction research has opened up new ways to interact with computers and extended our imagination of Tangible interaction research has opened up new ways to interact with computers and extended our imagination of what is possible with digital systems. However, research on interact with computers and extended our imagination of what is possible with digital systems. However, research on tangible user interfaces (TUI) seems to have lost sight of what is possible with digital systems. However, research on tangible user interfaces (TUI) seems to have lost sight of the everyday situation of the majority of people who still tangible user interfaces (TUI) seems to have lost sight of the everyday situation of the majority of people who still work with standard computer systems. This paper investithe everyday situation of the majority of people who still work with standard computer systems. This paper investigates a design process for applying TUI in a GUI domiwork with standard computer systems. This paper investigates a design process for applying TUI in a GUI dominated domain while preserving the functionality of the tragates a design process for applying TUI in a GUI dominated domain while preserving the functionality of the traditional systems. We exemplify a user centered design nated domain while preserving the functionality of the traditional systems. We exemplify a user centered design process using (1) image schemas as a meta-language for ditional systems. We exemplify a user centered design process using (1) image schemas as a meta-language for analysis and design and (2) a systematic function allocation process using (1) image schemas as a meta-language for analysis and design and (2) a systematic function allocation of digital and physical user interface elements. We demonanalysis and design and (2) a systematic function allocation of digital and physical user interface elements. We demonstrate this process in the context of the redesign of an inof digital and physical user interface elements. We demonstrate this process in the context of the redesign of an invoice verification and posting system of a German beverage strate this process in the context of the redesign of an invoice verification and posting system of a German beverage company. voice veri company.
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