Designing for augmented attention: Towards a framework for attentive user interfaces

@article{Vertegaal2006DesigningFA,
  title={Designing for augmented attention: Towards a framework for attentive user interfaces},
  author={Roel Vertegaal and Jeffrey S. Shell and Daniel Chen and Aadil Mamuji},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2006},
  volume={22},
  pages={771-789}
}
Abstract Attentive user interfaces are user interfaces that aim to support the user’s attentional capacities. By sensing the users’ attention for objects and people in their everyday environment, and by treating user attention as a limited resource, these interfaces avoid today’s ubiquitous patterns of interruption. Focusing upon attention as a central interaction channel allows development of more sociable methods of communication and repair with ubiquitous devices. Our methods are analogous… CONTINUE READING

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