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HCIL-2000-26

Hochheiser, H. (October 2000)
Browsers with Changing Parts: A Catalog Explorer for Philip Glass' Website
Proc. of the ACM Designing Interactive Systems Conference
HCIL-2000-26

The development of navigational tools for a web site devoted to a catalog of musical compositions offers a variety of design challenges. A combination of techniques developed from information visualization research - including starfield displays, dynamic queries, and zoomable user interfaces (ZUIs) - was used to construct a prototype browser for possible use in a web site dedicated to the work of Philip Glass. After a discussion of the goals and potential users of the site, this paper describes several prototypes that were developed and how they informed the design of a zoomable starfield browser. Unresolved design challenges and possibilities for future work are also discussed.


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