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Patterns for Time-based Hypermedia Artifacts

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Patterns for Time-based Hypermedia Artifacts
With the incresing presence on the Web of hypermedia contents with temporal constraints (time-based hypermedia), such as multimedia presentations, there must be a precise form to create and manage this type of contents, due to its inherent complexity. Simple mistakes in the design process can result in unusable user interfaces, by posing unnecessary cognitive pressure on the user. This paper presents a set of design patterns towards the time-based hypermedia domain. These patterns gather several guidelines found in related literature and successful applications, ready to be used by system developers and application designers, at different levels (content, navigation, presentation, and interaction design). By following the good practices presented, better applications can be delivered to the final user.
Rui Lopes, Luís Carriço
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where EUROPLOP
Authors Rui Lopes, Luís Carriço
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