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研究生:陳俊文
研究生(外文):Chun-wen Chen
論文名稱:互動式尋路地圖的介面設計
論文名稱(外文):Interface Design of Interactive Wayfinding Maps
指導教授:游萬來游萬來引用關係
指導教授(外文):Manlai You
學位類別:博士
校院名稱:國立雲林科技大學
系所名稱:設計學研究所博士班
學門:設計學門
學類:其他設計學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2008
畢業學年度:96
語文別:英文
論文頁數:159
中文關鍵詞:地圖設計使用者介面尋路地圖互動式設計
外文關鍵詞:Wayfinding mapInteractive designUser interfaceMap design
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尋路是一種解決空間問題的日常活動。為解決這類問題,空間資訊是必要的。地圖可用來作為儲存和溝通空間資訊的有效方式。尋路地圖則是專用於協助尋路用的地圖。互動式尋路地圖的使用者介面包括視覺呈現和操作介面。視覺呈現通常以地圖的形式。操作介面則是那些可被操弄以控制視覺呈現的物件。因此有必要了解互動式尋路地圖的基本元素是否與尋路知識相容。以下目標在本研究中完成:a) 探索尋路地圖的主要設計議題;b) 探討尋路地圖的視覺呈現如何影響使用者經驗;c) 探討尋路地圖的操作介面如何影響使用者經驗;d) 試提出一種互動式尋路地圖的設計模式。本研究主要運用兩種研究方法:a) 尋路口語分析:一種從使用者口語和行為的質性探究;b) 使用性評估:一種從使用者績效和主觀評量的量化探究。研究結果顯示發現互動式尋路地圖的使用者介面,包括視覺呈現和操作介面,遵循結構對應原理。總結本研究,尋路地圖應可作為尋路規畫和執行之用,特別是在後者。在這個整合地圖、空間、心智的系統中,最主要的觀念是關連。意義的產生,最主要來自於關連實體空間和觀念空間中的元素。
Wayfinding is an activity for solving spatial problems in daily life. Spatial information is necessary to solve such problems. Maps are effective means used to store and communicate spatial information, and wayfinding maps are maps designed for supporting wayfinding activities. The user interface of interactive wayfinding maps consists of visual representation and operation interface. Visual representation is often in the form of a map. Operation interface is the objects that can be manipulated to control the visual representation. It is essential to understand whether the basic elements of interactive maps for wayfinding are compatible with the user’s wayfinding knowledge. The objectives of this research are: a) to explore the main issues of design for wayfinding maps; b) to investigate how visual presentation of wayfinding maps affects user experience; c) to investigate how operation interface of wayfinding maps affects user experience; d) to propose a design model on user interface of interactive wayfinding maps. This research uses two main methods: a) wayfinding protocol: a qualitative investigation of the user protocol and behavior, b) usability evaluation: a quantitative investigation of the user performance and subjective evaluation. The results show that user interface of interactive wayfinding map, including map and operation interface, follows the principle of structure matching. This research concludes that wayfinding maps should be applied in both wayfinding planning and execution, especially the latter. The main concept within the system integrated with maps, spaces, and mind, is relating. The meanings come from relating elements among the physical space and conceptual spaces.
Chinese Abstract i
English Abstract ii
Acknowledgement iii
Contents iv
List of Tables vii
List of Figures viii
Preface ix
1. Introduction 1
2. Literature Review 9
3. Exploration on User Experience of Wayfinding Maps 32
4. Visual Representation of Wayfinding Maps 58
5. Operation Interface of Interactive Wayfinding Maps 77
6. Conclusions 101
Reference 115
Appendix 121
Index 153
Curriculum Vitae 155
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