Space-scale diagrams: understanding multiscale interfaces

@inproceedings{Furnas1995SpacescaleDU,
  title={Space-scale diagrams: understanding multiscale interfaces},
  author={G. Furnas and B. Bederson},
  booktitle={CHI '95},
  year={1995}
}
Big information worlds cause big problems for interfaces. There is too much to see. They are hard to navigate. An armada of techniques has been proposed to present the many scales of information needed. Space-scale diagrams provide an analytic framework for much of this work. By representing both a spatial world and its different magnifications explicitly, the diagrams allow the direct visualization and analysis of important scale related issues for interfaces. 
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