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Title: A Photo Correlation Map Using MobileAP II for Scenario-Based Design
Authors: Yu-Li Chuang
Makoto Okamoto
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:海洋文創設計產業學系
Keywords: Activity probes
Scenario-based design
Photo category
Date: 2009-07
Issue Date: 2018-06-29T02:57:12Z
Publisher: Human Centered Design
Abstract: Abstract: We aim to explore a potentially valuable tool for scenario writing, focusing on the collection of user experiences organized around photos. We have developed a tool, Mobile AP II, to produce a comprehensive context classification based on a sample scenario to demonstrate how the context of photos and their relationships can be integrated to assist with scenario-based design. An efficient scenario-building technique for concept development and design leads to a simple user-modeling framework whereby the Mobile AP II system can learn to display query results based on photo relationships provided by the designer. The resulting retrieval, browsing and visualization can adapt to the user’s selection of content, context and preferences in style and interactive navigation. Our purpose is to develop rich and flexible methods and concepts that can incorporate users’ descriptions and their current and potential use of a scenario into the very design reasoning about such a system.
Relation: pp.177-183
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/47074
Appears in Collections:[海洋文創設計產業學士學位學程(學系)] 演講及研討會

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