From information content to auditory display with ecological interface design: Prospects and challenges

Abstract

We examine how Ecological Interface Design (EID) might better bridge the gap from analysis to design by taking different modalities into account. Whereas almost all previous research using EID has focused on visual displays, attempts to extend the use of EID to non-visual modalities have revealed hidden assumptions that need to be made explicit and questioned. In this paper we explore the potential for EID to support a systematic process for the design for auditory displays, illustrating our argument with the design of auditory displays to support anaesthesia monitoring. We propose a set of steps that analysts might take to move more deliberatively and effectively from analysis to design with EID

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Last time updated on 30/08/2013

This paper was published in University of Queensland eSpace.

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