To cope with individual requirements of user interface (UI) from various classes of users, it is desirable to have UI development support environment which allows end users to develop UIs without designer's helps. The support of conventional methods and tools, however, focuses on expert of UI development. In this paper, we propose a UI development environment for end users, named CUIDE (Case-based UI Development Environment) in order to support UI development by end users, who have never developed any UI. CUIDE utilizes the case base of design and the case base of parts to make up for their lack of knowledge and experience of UI development.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Social Sciences (miscellaneous)
- Human Factors and Ergonomics