Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Mark van Harmelen.|
|Series||The Addison-Wesley object technology series, The Addison-Wesley object technology series, Addison-Wesley object technology series|
|Contributions||Van Harmelen, Mark.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.9.O35 O24 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 452 p. :|
|Number of Pages||452|
|LC Control Number||00048110|
"Object Modeling and User Interface Design: Designing Interactive Systems addresses the problem of designing interactive systems that are easy to learn and use, that augment human abilities by supporting users in their activities, and that are satisfying to their end users - topics that are highly significant for analysts and designers of interactive systems, object modelers, user interface designers. - User interface design in the Rational Unified Process (RUP) - User-centered design approaches for interactive system design. Object Modeling and User Interface Design merges theories with practical techniques to create methods for the design of today's Edition: Edition 1st. Model-Based User Interface Design: Successive Transformations of a Task/Object Model With Frank Ludolph There is a large gap between a set of requirements and a finished user interface, a gap too large to be crossed in a single by: 1. User-Interface Design UI Design is an integral part of the design process. It helps you determine what the program has to do, some of the structure of the class hierarchy can be inferred from it, and most importantly, it provides you with a way to test your requirements-gathering process.
Object Modeling and User Interface Design merges theories with practical techniques to create methods for the design of today's systems. By reading this book you will gain an understanding of the benefits of integrating object-oriented analysis approaches with human computer interaction design, and learn how to systematically design interactive Author: Mark Van Harmelen. strategy for extending UML to provide greater supportfor user interface design. 1 Introduction UML [10, 2] is the standard language for object-oriented modelling of software applications. The user interface, as a signi cant part of most applications , should also be modelled using UML. In fact, UML is a natural candidate notation for UI Size: KB. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a natural candidate for user interface (UI) modelling since it is the standard notation for object oriented modelling of applications. This page is the starting point into a series of pages that attempt to give a complete example of object-oriented analysis, design, and programming applied to a small size problem: a simple address book. These pages are similar in style to another, more complicated set of pages I developed earlier: A Simulation of an Automated Teller Machine (ATM).
Home Browse by Title Books Object modeling and user interface design: designing interactive systems Structure and style in use cases for user interface design. Object modeling and user interface design: designing interactive systems. January pages. ISBN: Editor: Mark Van Harmelen. Univ. of Manchester, U.K. Many members will be waiting to take the book from the book bank at a single day. To serve all the members 8. USABILITY User interface makes the Recruitment system to be efficient. That is the system will help the member to register easily and helps them to get their books easily. The system should be user Size: KB. Nunes, N.J., Object Modeling for User-Centered Development and User Interface Design: The Wisdom Approach, Ph.D. thesis, Universidade da Madeira, April Google Scholar Cited by: 5. Specification using object-oriented modelling is a useful technique for user interface design when it is placed in an appropriate methodological context. While designing a user interface, a designer can use object-oriented models to record, refer to and communicate user interface design information, namely, abstractions describing application Cited by: