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Towards a Library of Workflow User Interface Patterns

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Towards a Library of Workflow User Interface Patterns
Abstract. A collection of user interface design patterns for workflow information systems is presented. Each Workflow User Interface Pattern (WUIP) is characterized by properties expressed in the PLML markup language for expressing patterns and augmented by additional attributes and models attached to ern: the abstract user interface and the corresponding task model. These models are specified in a User Interface Description Language. All WUIPs are stored in a library and can be retrieved within a workflow editor that links each workflow pattern to its corresponding WUIP, thus giving rise to a user interface for each workflow pattern. The software then gathers these UIs and the ones corresponding to workflow tasks into a user interface flow, a new concept introduced for specifying the intertwining of interfaces used by workers and the workflow manager in a single workflow.
Josefina Guerrero García, Jean Vanderdonckt
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where DSVIS
Authors Josefina Guerrero García, Jean Vanderdonckt, Juan Manuel González-Calleros, Marco Winckler
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