A Multi-Model Aid for Interface Design (MAID): Helping Designers Reason about Information Match

@inproceedings{Miller2009AMA,
  title={A Multi-Model Aid for Interface Design (MAID): Helping Designers Reason about Information Match},
  author={Christopher A. Miller and Peggy Wu and Eric Engstrom and Jeff Rye and Kimberly Ferguson-Walter and Debra Schreckenghost},
  year={2009}
}
We previously developed a core representation for describing the information a human needs to perform a task and the information provided by a user interface. This representation is highly abstract and is based on information theoretic properties, thus it can be applied to a wide variety of work domains and information and display types. Since information need and information conveyed are described in the same numerical scales, it is straightforward to compute a degree of match between them. In… CONTINUE READING

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