Davide Bolchini, Adam Neddo
"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes." Marcel Proust Comprehensively modeling large interactive applications for analysis and design is a daunting task. Yet this activity is critical to mastering the organization of the overall information and navigation architecture of a website, for example, and supporting design decisions that can ensure an optimal user experience. Over the past 20 years, several methodologies have been developed to design and engineer interactive systems by modeling the high-level conceptual structure of the information and navigation design. These methods offer structured libraries of concepts that…
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