Exercise 6 - Mensch-Maschine-Interaktion 1 (MMI 1)
Exercise 6 - MMI 1
Topic: Paper Prototyping
a) Write a summary (300-400 words) of the lectures on "Analyzing the Requirements" "Designing Interactive Systems".
b) Describe the relationship between Implementation Model, Represented
Model, Conceptual Model, and Mental Model using the Windows 'Trash Bin'
as an example.
12. Paper PrototypeYour task is to design a paper prototype of
a direct-manipulation file manager for interactive tabletops. This
filemanager is run fullscreen on an interactive tabletop like the one
in our Instrumented Room. You can assume that the system is multi-touch
capable. The file manager should have at least the following features:
Keep efficiency of actions in mind.
- copy/move files between directories
- add meta-data for a file
- open a file
- preview file
- assign 'tags' to files
- filter for tags
To fulﬁll this task, the following steps need to be taken:
Prepare a short presentation (as a PDF
slide show or a paper prototype) for the next exercise session
(24./26.11.), documenting your progress so far. Bring it with you on a
USB stick or laptop, or send it to email@example.com.
- Describe the basic concept of your application in less than 150 words.
- Identify the main tasks users are going to do and shortly describe them in a few sentences.
the key screens of your application. Also, be sure to model important
interactions that users have to carry out. Utilize the paper
prototyping technique and document the design (digital photos / scans
of your screens and the interaction performed).
- Test your
prototype on at least three different users. Incorporate their feedback
into your concept. Summarize the feedback and describe the resulting
changes in your design.
your finished design in a report. It should cover all steps of the
assignment. Be sure to include pictures of your prototype.
SubmissionSubmit your solution via UniWorx.
Unless otherwise specified, all files have to be either Adobe PDF or
UTF-8 plain text. All other files will be automatically deleted.
Please put all files belonging to one sub-task of this assignment into
sub-folder inside the
UniWorx will tell you about missing files. Some files may be marked as "unerwartet" - this is ok.
./Do not use any other directory layout.