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Applications of high and low fidelity prototypes in researching intuitive interaction

@inproceedings{Blackler2008ApplicationsOH,
  title={Applications of high and low fidelity prototypes in researching intuitive interaction},
  author={A. Blackler},
  year={2008}
}
  • A. Blackler
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • This paper addresses some of the issues involved in incorporating use of prototypes into a research program. Definitions, merits and uses of both low and high-fidelity prototypes are discussed and then the applications of prototypes in our research program into intuitive interaction are explored. It has previously been established that intuitive interaction is based on past experience, and can be encouraged by designing interfaces that contain familiar features (Blackler, 2006; Blackler… CONTINUE READING
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