Technische Universität Dresden

Technische Visualistik

Experience Report: The Effectiveness of Paper Prototyping for Interactive Visualizations

HCI International 2014

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Abstract

This article describes the designing process of an interactive visualization at BMW. Paper prototyping is introduced as a part of the user-centered-design process and put into practice as a novel method for software development. During the development process paper prototypes have been used as a tool for communicating and testing within the interdisciplinary team of operational experts, visualization experts, designers and software developers. In conclusion the integration of paper prototyping benefits the design process positively. The interactive visualization meets the expectations of the user.

BibTex entry formatted

Bansemir, Bastian; Hann\ss, Franziska; Lochner, Berit; Wojdziak, Jan & Groh, Rainer (2014). Experience Report: The Effectiveness of Paper Prototyping for Interactive Visualizations. In: Design, User Experience, and Usability. Theories, Methods, and Tools for Designing the User Experience Springer. S.3–13

BibTex entry

@incollection{bansemir2014experience, title={Experience Report: The Effectiveness of Paper Prototyping for Interactive Visualizations}, author={Bansemir, Bastian and Hann{\ss}, Franziska and Lochner, Berit and Wojdziak, Jan and Groh, Rainer}, booktitle={Design, User Experience, and Usability. Theories, Methods, and Tools for Designing the User Experience}, pages={3--13}, year={2014}, publisher={Springer} }