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Title: HCI


1
HCI
  • Meeting 26
  • Thurs, December 2

2
Research Project
  • Submit final report
  • Project presentation
  • Each team member talks
  • Length, 15-20 minutes
  • Describe hypotheses, experiment, results
  • Suggest next steps for research
  • Evaluation
  • Team
  • Presentation

3
Next Time
  • Submit three potential questions for the final
    exam
  • Project presentations by Teams Bailey and Durango

4
Web History
  • Vannevar Bush, 1945, As We May Think
  • Memex linked microfiche documents
  • Doug Engelbart, 1960, Hypertext on a mainframe
  • ARPANET
  • Paul Mockapetris, domain name system
  • Tim Berniers-Lee, 1990, web prototype at CERN

5
Web History (2)
  • Paul Linder and Mark McCahill develop Gopher
  • Pay royalties to use Gopher, February 1993
  • CERN announces Web is royalty-free, April 1993

6
Search Widget Design
  • Components
  • Type
  • Location
  • Syntax
  • Use
  • Semantics
  • Results

7
Components
  • Text box or boxes
  • Primary search string
  • Secondary search string
  • Search range delimiters
  • Activation button, labeled Search
  • Clear button
  • Radio button complex to limit search context
  • This web site vs. entire web
  • One type of product
  • Slider to limit range

8
Component Specifications
  • Location
  • Top right is most common
  • Sales sites may use top left
  • Occasional examples of bottom left
  • Label
  • Search
  • Search ltsite namegt
  • Find
  • Go gt
  • Go!

9
Design Principles
  1. Allow Enter to initiate search. No button press
    (or button) needed.
  2. Provide search activation button, properly
    labeled with clear standard label.
  3. Search widget complex should be located in upper
    right corner.
  4. Label results page as part of web site. Dont
    create new site.
  5. Eliminate advertisements (and other extraneous
    features) on results page.

10
Design Principles (2)
  1. Include search field instructions in search
    textbox widget.
  2. Default text in search field should be cleared on
    first click. Dont make the user clear it.
  3. Tell user how many results are retrieved
  4. Present search widget complex as a cohesive unit
  5. Present search widget consistently throughout web
    site
  6. Allow users to target search to a context.

11
Design Principles (3)
  1. If context is specified by drop-down menu,
    display contexts in easily used order
  2. Response display should obey direct manipulation
    principles if DM widgets are provided. For
    example, changing a slider value automatically
    updates response display.
  3. Provide example and instruction for non-standard
    widget components.
  4. Ensure pop-up or Javascript blocking does not
    inactivate search form

12
Design Principles (4)
  1. Keep destructive controls (e.g. Clear button)
    away from activation widgets (e.g. Search button)
  2. Show how search fields are linked if more than
    one is provided.

13
Examples
  • www.csc.villanova.edu
  • www.cs.wm.edu
  • www.villanova.edu (External view)
  • www.wfu.edu
  • www.target.com
  • www.gardensalive.com
  • www.bluenile.com (Go to diamond search)

14
Examples (2)
  • www.loc.gov/thomas
  • www.hivegroup.com/world.html
  • www.vivisimo.com
  • www.google.com
  • www.google.com (Advanced search)

15
Examples (3)
  • Small device search
  • PDA
  • Cell phone
  • Blackberry
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