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FrameWire: a tool for automatically extracting interaction logic from paper prototyping tests

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FrameWire: a tool for automatically extracting interaction logic from paper prototyping tests
Paper prototyping offers unique affordances for interface design. However, due to its spontaneous nature and the limitations of paper, it is difficult to distill and communicate a paper prototype design and its user test findings to a wide audience. To address these issues, we created FrameWire, a computer vision-based system that automatically extracts interaction flows from the video recording of paper prototype user tests. Based on the extracted logic, FrameWire offers two distinct benefits for designers: a structural view of the video recording that allows a designer or a stakeholder to easily distill and understand the design concept and user interaction behaviors, and automatic generation of interactive HTMLbased prototypes that can be easily tested with a larger group of users as well as “walked through” by other stakeholders. The extraction is achieved by automatically aggregating video frame sequences into an interaction flow graph based on frame similarities and a design...
Yang Li, Xiang Cao, Katherine Everitt, Morgan Dixo
Added 09 Jul 2010
Updated 09 Jul 2010
Type Conference
Year 2010
Where CHI
Authors Yang Li, Xiang Cao, Katherine Everitt, Morgan Dixon, James A. Landay
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