Mira Dontcheva, Steven M. Drucker, and Michael F. Cohen
We present a View for the Viewer (v4v), a slide viewer that focuses on the needs of the viewer of a presentation instead of the presenter. Our design centers on representing the deck of slides as a stack embedded in a 3-D world. With only single button clicks, the viewer can quickly and easily navigate the deck of slides. We provide four types of annotation techniques and have designed a synchronization mechanism that makes it easy for the viewer to move in and out of sync with the presenter. We also supply alarms as a method for viewer notification. We evaluate our approach with a preliminary user study resulting in positive feedback about our design plus suggestions for improvements and extensions.
|Published in||Proceedings of the 2005 conference on Designing for User eXperience|
|Address||San Francisco, California|
|Publisher||AIGA: American Institute of Graphic Arts|