Timothy Cardenas

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Interaction designers typically revise user interface prototypes by adding unstructured notes to storyboards and screen printouts. How might computational tools increase the efficacy of UI revision? This paper introduces d.note, a revision tool for user interfaces expressed as control flow diagrams. d.note introduces a command set for modifying and(More)
To refine off-the-desktop user experiences, testing of interaction logic is essential. Experimenting with such interactions is harder than with normal GUI code as real-time input data may be time-intensive to obtain or may not be available at all. In addition, recognition-based interactions need to be tested on many cases to ensure robustness. To address(More)
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