Review of Graphical Notations for Specifying Direct Manipulation Interfaces

Abstract

At the early stage of interface design, the designer requires models and notations that can assist with reasoning and the exploration of ideas, and which are unconstrained by implementation issues. The review focuses on graphical notations for specifying the underlying behaviour of direct manipulation interfaces. Parallels are drawn with the requirements of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/0953-5438(94)90011-6

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@article{Phillips1994ReviewOG, title={Review of Graphical Notations for Specifying Direct Manipulation Interfaces}, author={Chris Phillips}, journal={Interacting with Computers}, year={1994}, volume={6}, pages={411-431} }