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BEN SHNEIDERMAN, et al. design © Jane Nelson/Artville LLC. A Photo History of SIGCHI: Evolution of Design

By Event The Photo, Ben Shneiderman, Bill Kules Catherine, Plaisant Anne Rose and Richesh Rucheir

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oFinder Web continued from page 22 22 PhotoFinder Web PhotoFinder Web helps PhotoFinder users export their collections or an entire library to the Internet. It produces a functional Web site using existing PhotoFinder data and allows users to make their images accessible and searchable on the Web. It still seems quite magical that the photos stored away in my file cabinets are now open to the world. Each section of the site generated by PhotoFinder Web has the same navigational links as PhotoFinder on the left side (see Figure 3). The side navigation bar allows users to go to another library or its highlights section, go to search by name, or search the names, captions, and other metadata in the database. The site also has static top and bottom navigation, which allows users to visit different sections of the site. All sections allow users to retrace their previous selections. The PhotoFinder Web library viewer allows users to see existing collections in the library by displaying t

Year: 2007
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