Supporting World War I heritage digitisation and presentation through user-centered web design
AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire
World War I
user-centered system design
G440 Human-computer Interaction
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AbstractThis paper presents a user-centered website design for a museum, which aims to engage local communities with museum digitisation and encourage residents to access and learn about their World War I (WWI) heritage in town. The interface design of the website follows human computer interaction (HCI) design guidelines and based on the review of existing WWI related websites. Considering the majority of users of the website are elderly people, the website especially provides features to support the elderly users. The website will not only contribute to the museum digital transformation project on WWI, but also improve the connection between the museum and the local community through widening the participation.
CitationShi T, Liu H (2016) 'Supporting World War I heritage digitisation and presentation through user-centered web design', SAI Computing Conference - London, IEEE.
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