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User-Centered Interaction Design Patterns for Interactive Digital Television Applications

Kunert, Tibor

2009

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  • First book that deals exclusively with HCI and usability for interactive TV applications
  • Comprehensive collection of empirically-validated guidance for designing interactive television user interfaces
  • First integration of design guidance into the specific production process of interactive broadcasting services
  • A new approach to interaction design patterns, overcoming the deficits of previous approaches

When a new technology – such as interactive digital television – is introduced to a wider audience, ease of use is often critical to success. By focusing on these usability issues with the aim of supporting user acceptance for interactive TV, Tibor Kunert provides clear guidelines for designing the user interfaces on interactive TV applications.

This guidance is presented in the form of design patterns, and a new approach is proposed that helps designers and developers to explore design alternatives and to evaluate the trade-offs that need to be made in order to maximise usability.

The 42 design patterns containing 185 guidelines provide comprehensive and empirically-validated guidance for designing interactive TV user interfaces. A pattern language is developed which can be used for designing specific applications, for enduring usability, and for defining corporate style guidelines and developing application templates that help streamline the process of production.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Design - Design patterns - HCI - Interaction - Interactive Television - Interface - User Interfaces - human-computer interaction (HCI) - interaction design - usability - user interface

Related subjects » Database Management & Information Retrieval - HCI - Information Systems and Applications

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