Coding Schemes for Observational Studies of Usability in Collaborative Tangible User Interfaces
With the growing complexity in Tangible User Interfaces (TUIs) and their integration in the decision-making process, user acceptance of these TUI systems continues to be an important issue. Drawing upon recent findings in computer-mediated communication, human computer interaction, computer-supported-cooperative work, and social psychology, the present research extends the coding schemes for observational video analysis by incorporating the variables of communication and collaboration in the context of systems designed for urban planning and modeling.
KeywordsCoding scheme TUI HCI User experience Complex systems Urban planning
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