Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces II: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces, 21-2 by Jean VanderdoncktComputer-Aided Design of User Interfaces II: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces, 21-2 by Jean Vanderdonckt

Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces II: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on…

byJean VanderdoncktEditorAngel Puerta

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INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN OF USER INTERFACES l 2 Jean Vanderdonckt and Angel Puerta ,3 Jlnstitut d'Administration et de Gestion - Universite catholique de Louvain Place des Doyens, 1 - B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium) vanderdonckt@gant,ucl. ac,be , vanderdoncktj@acm,org Web: http://www. arpuerta. com JKnowledge Systems Laboratory, Stanford University, MSOB x215 Stanford, CA 94305-5479, USA puena@camis. stanford. edu 3RedWhaie Corp. , 277 Town & Country Village Palo Alto, CA 94303, USA puerta@ redwhale. com Web: http://www. redwhale. com Computer-Aided Design of Vser Interfaces (CADUI) is hereby referred to as the particular area of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) intended to provide software support for any activity involved in the development life cycle of an interactive application, Such activities namely include task analysis, contextual inquiry [l], requirements definition, user-centred design, application modelling, conceptual design, prototyping, programming, in­ stallation, test, evaluation, maintenance, Although very recently addressed (e. g. , [3]), the activity of re-designing an existing user interface (VI) for an interactive application and the activity of re-engineering a VI to rebuild its underlying models are also considered in CADVI. A fundamental aim of CADVI is not only to provide some software sup­ port to the above activities, but also to incorporate strong and solid meth­ odological aspects into the development, thus fostering abstraction reflection and leaving ad hoc development aside [5,7]. Incorporating such methodo­ logical aspects inevitably covers three related, sometimes intertwined, facets: models, method and tools.
Title:Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces II: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on…Format:PaperbackDimensions:356 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.07 inPublished:December 29, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Preface-Introduction to Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces; J. Vanderdonckt, A. Puerta. Program Committee Members. Invited speakers. 1. Modeling for Component Based Development in UML/Catalysis; A.C. Wills. 2. Theory Based Design: From Individual Users and Tasks to Collaborative Systems; P. Johnson. 3. Evaluating Accessibility and Usability of Web Pages; M. Cooper. Model-Based User Interface Development Environments. 4. Model-Based Design of User Interfaces Using Object-Z; A. Hussey, D. Carrington. 5. A Method Engineering Framework for Modeling and Generating Interactive Applications; Ch. Märtin. 6. GIPSE, A Model-Based System for CAD Software; G. Patry, P. Girard. 7. Visto: A More Declarative GUI Framework; K. Aerts. 8. Beyong Automatic Generation-Exploratory Approach to UI Design; S. Kovacevic. 9. Using Application Domain Specific Run-Time Systems and Lightweight User Interface Models - A Novel Approach for CADUI; E. Nilsson. 10. XXL: A Visual+Textual Environment for Building Graphical User Interfaces; E. Lecolinet. Linking and Deriving Models. 11. Semi-Automated Linking of User Interface Design Artifacts; S.S. Elnaffar, N. Graham. The Teallach Tool: Using Models for Flexible User Interface Design; P.J. Barclay, et al. 13. MDL: A Language for Binding User-Interface Models; R.E.K. Stirewalt. Windows management. 14. Vanishing Windows: An Empirical Study of Adaptive Window Management; T. Miah, J.L. Alty. 15. Adaptive Layout Calculation in Graphical UserInterfaces: A Retrospective on the A2DL-Project; S. Stiolle, R. Ernst. 16. Semantic Differences Between User Interface Platforms Relevance to Design and Re-Design of User Interface; M.B. Harning. Design Frameworks and Objects. 17. A Framework for Management of Sophisticated User Interface's Variants in Design Process: A Case Study; P. Savolainen, H. Konttinen. 18. Grasyla: Modelling Case Tool GUIs in Meta Cases; V. Englebert, J.-L. Hainaut. 19. User Defined Objects are First Class Citizen; G. Texier, L. Guittet. Supporting Task-Based Design. 20. The Visual Task Model Builder; M. Biere, et al. 21. Computer-Aided Analysis of Cooperative Applications; G. Ballardin, et al. 22. Methodological and Tool Support for a Task-Oriented Development of Interactive Systems; A. Dittmar, P. Forbrig. 23. Modelling Work: Workflow and Task Modelling; H. Trœtteberg. Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces. 24. A Generic Framework based on Ergonomics Rules for Computer Aided Design of User Interface; Ch. Farenc, Ph. Palanque. 25. CMF: A Coherent Modelling Framework for Task-Based User Interface Design; B. Bomsdorf, G. Szwillus. 26. Towel: Real World Mobility on the Web; S. Harper, et al. 27. Tool-Based Support for User-Designer Collaborattion in Distributed User Interface Design and Evaluation; J. Sarkkinen. Computer-Aided Evaluation of User Interfaces. 28. An Approach of Computer-Aided Choice of UI Evaluation Criteria and Methods; A.N. Ella, et al. 29.