Research Output per year
Developers of interactive software are confronted by an increasing variety of software tools to help engineer the interactive aspects of software applications. Typically resorting to ad hoc means of tool selection, developers are often dissatisfied with their chosen tool on account of the fact that the tool lacks required functionality or does not fit seamlessly within the context in which it is to be used. This paper describes a system for evaluating the suitability of user interface development tools for use in software development organisations and projects such that the selected tool appears ‘invisible’ within its anticipated context of use. The paper also outlines and presents the results of an informal empirical study and a series of observational case studies of the system.
|Title of host publication||People and computers XVI - memorable yet invisible|
|Subtitle of host publication||proceedings of HCI 2002|
|Editors||Fintan Culwin, Xristine Faulkner, Janet Finlay, Françoise Détienne|
|Place of Publication||London (UK)|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|
|Event||16th annual BSC HCI conference - London, United Kingdom|
Duration: 2 Sep 2002 → 6 Sep 2002
|Conference||16th annual BSC HCI conference|
|Period||2/09/02 → 6/09/02|
Lumsden, J., Brewster, S., Crease, M. & Gray, P., 2002, Proceedings volume 2 of the 16th British HCI Conference London. Sharp, H., Chalk, P., LePeuple, J. & Rosbottom, J. (eds.). London (UK): British Computer Society , p. 6-9 4 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution
Lumsden, J. (2002). Selecting the 'invisible' user interface development tool. In F. Culwin, X. Faulkner, J. Finlay, & F. Détienne (Eds.), People and computers XVI - memorable yet invisible: proceedings of HCI 2002 (pp. 365-380). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4471-0105-5_22