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3. Graphical Interfaces

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Robbie Napper

on 11 July 2016

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Transcript of 3. Graphical Interfaces

Graphical Interfaces
how do we represent something from the real world?
organisation
of
information
hierarchy
http://julianhansen.com/files/infographiclarge_v2.png
tree
nest
stair
think about how we navigate
alignment
Information may be infinite, however...The organization of information is finite as it can only be organized by LATCH:
Location, Alphabet, Time, Category, or Hierarchy.
[Wurman, 1996]
5 hat racks
http://blog.duarte.com/2008/08/organizing-information-is-finite/
location alphabet time category hierarchy
use of colour
beware the stroop
cultural issues
Japan = courage
Islam = paradise
China = little girls
Latin America = death
China = little boys
Native American = honour & friendship
Japan = funeral
South Africa = mourning
India = Hinduism
mental models
iconic representation
mnemonic devices
still, my very easy method just speeds up naming
and on to the second assignment...
a chair of honour and friendship for little hindu girls?
I think not.
helping people understand how things
actually
work can be helpful!
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