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Academics

Interactive web applications in complex information spaces

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Harald Reiterer

Assistent

Fredrik Gundelsweiler

Email

fredrik.gundelsweiler@uni-konstanz.de

BSCW

Link

http://lsf.uni-konstanz.de/qisserver/rds?state=wsearchv&search=2&veranstaltung.veranstid=14074

Location

Mo C 252 / Fr C 252

Timeframe

Mo 12-14 (ct) / Fr 10-12 (ct)

Description

The course aim consists of learning the conception and conversion of different navigation patterns for web applications in combination with large data sets. A further component of the course is the structuring of complex information spaces, in order to support different kinds of navigation and visualization patterns optimally. Therefore the question which kinds of navigation and structuring of information is central for supporting users of the system at the best. Both technical and organizational restrictions have to be considered. In particular web applications are subject to certain requirements and basic conditions concerning run time environment, data communication, graphics and application programming interfaces. The participants are to understand which tasks and expirations for efficient and effective work with a web application for complex data spaces are necessary. The participants get a deeper knowledge about theoretical and conceptual questions concerning the employment of navigation and interaction in complex information spaces. The participants are able to independently develop a concept (consisting of navigation, visualization and structuring a data space) and implement it.

Audience

Bachelor/Master

ECTS

6

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