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Learn from the present, design for the future: A user-centered approach to inspire the design of video prototyping tool

Lai, L. (2018) Learn from the present, design for the future: A user-centered approach to inspire the design of video prototyping tool.

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Abstract:Video is a powerful medium to capture and convey information about user interactions with the designed systems. Using videos to prototype allows HCI researchers to rapidly explore the design of interactive system including its interaction and context of use. According to my preliminary study with HCI researchers, students and professional interaction designers, the amounts of resources and time required for video capturing and editing are the main obstacles to do video prototyping. While the use of video prototypes can be found throughout academia and industry, i found few works that address these obstacles. Therefore, my internship in Ex-Situ aims to explore video prototyping and design a new tool that could support rapid video prototyping. This master thesis presents my work during the internship, including a user study via questionnaires and informal observations of VideoClipper during creative workshops. In addition, I have carried out structured observations with iMovie to analyze user behavior during video prototyping and see to what extent current video-based software support video prototyping. The �ndings inform my design of VideoBoard and I propose future research that could take video prototyping tool to the next level.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:TNW: Science and Technology
Subject:01 general works
Programme:Interaction Technology MSc (60030)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/80026
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