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Research highlight : USER INTERFACE FAçADES: TOWARDS FULLY ADAPTABLE USER INTERFACES
USER INTERFACE FAçADES: TOWARDS FULLY ADAPTABLE USER INTERFACES
1 October 2006

O. Chapuis and N. Roussel. Metisse is not a 3d desktop! In Proceedings of UIST'05, the 18th ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology. pages 13-22. ACM Press, October 2005.
User interfaces are becoming more and more complex. Adaptable and adaptive interfaces have been proposed to address this issue and previous studies have shown that users prefer interfaces that they can adapt to self-adjusting ones. However, most existing systems provide users with little support for adapting their interfaces. Interface customization techniques are still very primitive and usually constricted to particular applications. In this paper, we present User Interface Façades, a system that provides users with simple ways to adapt, reconfigure, and re-combine existing graphical interfaces, through the use of direct manipulation techniques. The paper describes the user's view of the system, provides some technical details, and presents several examples to illustrate its potential.



Keyword
  ° Human-Computer Interaction
  ° Graphical Interaction Techniques
  ° Engineering of Interactive Systems
  ° Window Systems

Group
  ° Human-Centered Computing

Contact
  ° CHAPUIS Olivier
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