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Redesign a CD Player for Intuitive Rich Interaction

October 26th, 2007 Comments off

Bram Hendriks, Jun Hu

Abstract. This paper presents a redesign of a CD player, a combination of creative and analytical processes. After an analysis with users of the product and its functionalities, the interaction relabelling technique was used to explore richness of actions, while the Frogger framework was used to design for intuitiveness. The resulting ideas were translated into interactive prototypes, involving functional hard- and software. Evaluated with users during a usability test and integrated into a singular design.

Keywords: rich interaction, intuitiveness, design process

B. Hendriks, and J. Hu, “Redesigning a CD Player for Intuitive Rich Interaction,” in 12th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, CD Proceddings, Heidelberg, 2007, pp. 1607-1611.
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