Designing Information Spaces (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
470
Utgivningsdatum
2002-12-01
Upplaga
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2003
Förlag
Springer London Ltd
Medarbetare
Höök, Kristina (ed.), Munro, Alan J. (ed.), Benyon, David (ed.)
Illustratör/Fotograf
132 Abb davon 16 farbig 8 Farbs
Illustrationer
81 black & white illustrations, biography
Dimensioner
235 x 157 x 30 mm
Vikt
820 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
xiv, 454 p. :
ISBN
9781852336615

Designing Information Spaces

The Social Navigation Approach

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This volume provides a thoroughly up-to-date guide to the use of the Social Navigation approach in designing information spaces. The first part focuses on real life systems such as Kalas, GeoNotes and Babble, and examines the rationale for some of the design choices made. The second part takes a detailed look at the underlying principles and ideas that drive the field. Overall this book aims to provide the reader with a wealth of example systems, concepts and practical ideas to help them get the most out of this important new approach. Designing Information Spaces: The Social Navigation Approach will mainly be of interest to anyone designing collaborative information spaces or web sites. It will also be useful for anyone studying or researching topics such as HCI, virtual environments, user interfaces and information retrieval.
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Editors' Introduction: Footprints in the Snow.- I Systems and Theories.- 1 Social Translucence: Using Minimalist Visualisations of Social Activity to Support Collective Interaction.- 2 Collaborative Filtering: Supporting Social Navigation in Large, Crowded Infospaces.- 3 Screen Scenery: Learning from Architecture and People's Practices of Navigation in Electronic Environments.- 4 Navigating the Virtual Landscape: Coordinating the Shared Use of Space.- 5 Experiential Design of Shared Information Spaces.- 6 GeoNotes: A Location-based Information System for Public Spaces.- 7 Footsteps from the Garden: Arcadian Knowledge Spaces.- 8 Social Navigation of Food Recipes: Designing Kalas.- 9 Results from the Footprints Project.- 10 WebPlaces: Using Intermediaries to Add People to the Web.- II Theories and Principles.- 11 Where the Footprints Lead: Tracking Down Other Roles for Social Navigation.- 12 Social Connotations of Space in the Design for Virtual Communities and Social Navigation.- 13 Informatics, Architecture and Language.- 14 Information that Counts: A Sociological View of Social Navigation.- 15 Navigation: Within and Beyond the Metaphor in Interface Design and Evaluation.- 16 The Conceptual Structure of Information Space.- 17 Information Space Navigation: A Framework.- References.