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Of Models, Rationales and Prototypes: Studying Designer Needs in an Airborne Maritime Surveillance Drawing Tool to Support Audio Communication

Abstract : In this work, we seek to understand the needs of interaction designers involved in industrial system engineering processes. While current research offers a set of methods and tools for them, we believe that more empirical user studies focusing on designers are needed, in particular to support how model-based activity analysis may inform their decisions. Our designers’ need analysis is conducted through participatory design and contextual inquiry, and applied through a real use-case project: a distributed tactile tool for airborne maritime surveillance. Thanks to this study, we report on our insights on the usability problems and needs related in particular to scenario-based modeling, model-based design rationales and design-based model refinement.
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Catherine Letondal, Pierre-Yves Pillain, Emile Verdurand, Daniel Prun, Olivier Grisvard. Of Models, Rationales and Prototypes: Studying Designer Needs in an Airborne Maritime Surveillance Drawing Tool to Support Audio Communication. HCI 2014, 28th BCS International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Sep 2014, Southport, United Kingdom. pp 8, ⟨10.14236/ewic/hci2014.8⟩. ⟨hal-01205503⟩

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