Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces (15 Oct 1999)
Tool support for user interface design is in its infancy. A good reason for that is our still primitive knowledge about the cycle of user interface design and development. Consequently, current user-interface tools offer fragmented, localized, sometimes very good, sometimes marginal support. If, however, we were able to define comprehensive methodologies that are not only useful at design time, but that carry through to the runtime of a user interface, I believe we would quickly see a quantum leap in the functionality, flexibility, and affordability of user interfaces, and of the components of such interfaces.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/seminar/abstracts/99-00/991015-puerta.html
Read 123 more articles from Stanford HCI Seminars sorted by
Next Article: How Television Ratings Portend the Death of Mass Media