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Designing a Metadata-Driven Visual Information Browser for Federal Statistics (2003)
When looking for federal statistics, finding the right table, chart or report can be a daunting task for anyone not thoroughly familiar with the federal statistical system. Search tools help, but differing terminologies ...
Categorized Graphical Overviews for Web Search Results: An Exploratory Study using U.S. Government Agencies as a Meaningful and Stable Structure (2004)
Search engines are very effective at generating long lists of results that are highly relevant to user-provided query terms . But the lack of effective overviews presents challenges to users who seek to understand these ...
Data Exploration with Paired Hierarchical Visualizations: Initial Designs of PairTrees (2003)
Paired hierarchical visualizations (PairTrees) integrate treemaps, node-link diagrams, choropleth maps and other information visualization techniques to support exploration of hierarchical data sets at multiple levels of ...
Immediate Usability: Kiosk design principles from the CHI 2001 Photo Library (2001)
This paper describes a novel set of design principles and guidelines for ensuring the immediate usability of public access systems. These principles and guidelines were formulated while developing PhotoFinder Kiosk, a ...
Immediate Usability: A Case Study of Public Access Design for a Community Photo Library (2003)
This paper describes a novel instantiation of a digital photo library in a public access system. It demonstrates how designers can utilize characteristics of a target user community (social constraints, trust, and a lack ...
A Comparison of Voice Controlled and Mouse Controlled Web Browsing (2000)
Voice controlled web browsers allow users to navigate by speaking the text of a link or an associated number instead of clicking with a mouse. One such browser is Conversa, by Conversational Computing. This within subjects ...