Multi-touch, Multi-user, Multi-challenge: How to Design Gestural User Interfaces [NZ 2010: INO202]


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Multi-touch user interfaces are moving off your phone and into computing devices, information displays and even the furniture. Designing multi-touch user interfaces presents its own challenges, but add to that multi-user and tangible UI considerations and you have the makings of an ‘interesting’ design challenge. Shane Morris will take us through considerations for designing gestural and tangible UI’s for devices, large format screens and augmented reality interfaces. Along the way he’ll use examples from his own work, including Australia’s first publically demonstrated Microsoft Surface application (for Lonely Planet) and Australia’s first deployed Surface application, for the ANZ bank.

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