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Design and Implementation of Post-WIMP Distributed User Interfaces with ZOIL

Design and Implementation of Post-WIMP Distributed User Interfaces with ZOIL

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JETTER, Hans-Christian, Michael ZÖLLNER, Jens GERKEN, Harald REITERER, 2012. Design and Implementation of Post-WIMP Distributed User Interfaces with ZOIL. In: International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. 28(11), pp. 737-747. ISSN 1044-7318. eISSN 1532-7590. Available under: doi: 10.1080/10447318.2012.715539

@article{Jetter2012Desig-22844, title={Design and Implementation of Post-WIMP Distributed User Interfaces with ZOIL}, year={2012}, doi={10.1080/10447318.2012.715539}, number={11}, volume={28}, issn={1044-7318}, journal={International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction}, pages={737--747}, author={Jetter, Hans-Christian and Zöllner, Michael and Gerken, Jens and Reiterer, Harald} }

2012 Zöllner, Michael Jetter, Hans-Christian "Interactive spaces" are physical environments or rooms for collaborative work that are augmented with ubiquitous computing technology. Their purpose is to enable a computer-supported collaboration between multiple users that is based on a seamless use of different devices for natural "post-WIMP" interaction (e.g., multitouch walls, interactive tabletops, tablet PCs, or digital pen and paper). However, to this day, there are no well-established guidelines or toolkits for designing and implementing such distributed user interfaces (DUIs). Therefore, this article introduces the Zoomable Object-Oriented Information Landscape (ZOIL), a novel design approach and software framework for post-WIMP DUIs in interactive spaces.<br /><br /><br />In the following, the ZOIL design principles are first introduced and illustrated. They provide recommendations and examples of DUI interaction design for interactive spaces. Then the different software patterns and architectures that have been employed for implementing the open-source ZOIL software framework are described. This framework facilitates the implementation of ZOIL's design principles in practice. Lessons learned from ZOIL's implementation are shared, and the implementation is discussed and compared with related work and approaches. The results of an evaluation of ZOIL with designers and developers conclude the article. terms-of-use Reiterer, Harald International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction ; 28 (2012), 11. - S. 737-747 2013-05-28T10:04:59Z Design and Implementation of Post-WIMP Distributed User Interfaces with ZOIL Zöllner, Michael Reiterer, Harald Jetter, Hans-Christian Gerken, Jens eng Gerken, Jens 2013-05-28T10:04:59Z

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