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Design

Version C (2012)

Goals

Provide users with two ways of adjusting preferences: 1) Enabling common, very high-level preset options, or 2) Adjusting specific, granular preferences. Differentiated from the previous version by:

  1. Introduction of presets
  2. Extensibility (form of UIO can now handle addition of future preferences) & responsive design
  3. Search through granular preferences by name, keyword, activity, etc.
  4. Multiple ways to sort/categorize preferences (e.g., commonness, recency, function, etc.)
  5. Persistence and management of profile
Explorations

User Interface Options design explorations, C.1
User Interface Options explorations continued, C.1

Wireframes and mockups

User Interface Options design wireframes, C.1
User Interface Options design high-fidelity, C.1

Features, functionality, and other specifications

User Interface Options design specifications, C.1

Version B (2010-2011)

Goals

Provide a small set of mid-granular preferences (< 12 total), categorized by preference function. Differentiated from the previous version by:

  1. Categorization (functional categories vs. more ambiguous needs)
  2. Reduction of granularity
  3. On-page, real-time preferences (instead of separate page, asynchronous preferences)
Wireframes and mockups

User Interface Options designs, B.1
User interface options, Infusion 1.4, draft 1 mockups
(Floe) User interface options mocked up in Inclusive Learning Handbook

Features, functionality, and other specifications

(Floe) User interface options, Infusion 1.4, draft 1 feature list

Version A (2008-2009)

Goals

Provide very granular preferences, categorized by activity/need (e.g., "easier to see", "easier to use").

Wireframes and mockups

Original User Interface Options designs

Other

Original User Interface Options details

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