Startseite Skripte für das Sommersemester 2019 Interface Design Direct Manipulation, Ergonomie, Interface Elemente, Design for Touch Direct Manipulation

Direct Manipulation

Direct manipulation is a human–computer interaction style which involves continuous representation of objects of interest and rapid, reversible, and incremental actions & feedback. The intention is to allow a user to directly manipulate objects presented to them, using actions that correspond at least loosely to the physical world. An example of direct-manipulation is resizing a graphical shape, such as a rectangle, by dragging its corners or edges with a mouse.