In this paper, we present the results of the user requirements and interface design phase for a prototype system, designed to enhance interaction with cultural heritage collections online through means of a pathway metaphor. We present a single user interaction model that supports various work and information seeking tasks undertaken by both expert and non-expert users within the context of collection exploration and path creation. The user interaction model is shown to enable seamless movement between interaction modes, with the potential over time to encourage deeper engagement and learning.
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
|Event||Proceedings of EuroHCIR2012 - Nijmegen, Netherlands|
Duration: 24 Aug 2012 → 25 Aug 2012
|Workshop||Proceedings of EuroHCIR2012|
|Period||24/08/12 → 25/08/12|
Goodale, P., Clough, P., Ford, N., Hall, M., Stevenson, M., Fernando, S., Aletras, N., Fernie, K., Archer, P., & de Polo, A. (2012). User-Centred Design to Support Exploration and Path Creation in Cultural Heritage Collections. 75-78. Paper presented at Proceedings of EuroHCIR2012, Nijmegen, Netherlands. http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-909/poster11.pdf