Thoughts on Multimodal design documentation - opps

23 Jan 2009 - 11:21am
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mark ahlenius
2008

sorry for mutilating that subject line!

Mark Ahlenius wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I am curious if this group has some insight or experience into good
> methods for documenting multimodal designs. Specifically the type of
> multimodal designs I am referring to would include speech (voice
> recognition) and other modalities such as; touch screen, keypad, and
> of course GUI. Allowing the end user to be able to select (and switch
> to) the best type of interaction with a device for their current
> context can have value IMHO. But how to document such designs is
> pretty cumbersome. Been involved with some designs using call flows
> and state tables plus textual docs, but it quickly becomes quite
> complex. Any thoughts on this matter?
>
> thanks all,
>
> 'mark
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