Mozilla University Design Challenge 09
Parsons participated in the 2009 Mozilla Design Challenge with two other universities, all addressing the issue of how to visualize the user’s browser history in a meaningful way.
My solution was the Unique History Timeline.
The Unique History Timeline is focused on
helping the user to remember unique sites that he or she might have visited and uses visual and timeline queues to help refresh their memory.
The Unique History Timeline has the following features:
- Thumbnail screen shots of individual sites
- A List view and Timeline view for user preference
- Separates frequently visited sites from those unique one off sites, collapsing the listings in the history window for quicker browsing.
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Laura Simpson is an interaction designer and video installation artist based in New York. When not editing video or programming with arduino, she enjoys baking and gaming.
What I usually talk about.
- My Thesis, Cinderella's Illuminated Gown, is published in ACM Interactions Magazine! It's in the Demo Hour section for Mar/Apr 2013. 1 month ago
- Nice to see new features after my hiatus. 2 months ago
- Discovered that I either got on twitter really early, or that I've not been following everyone that I've meant to. #goodmorning 2 months ago
- Drill Team in Business Suits. Yes. #MacysParade 6 months ago
- Donatello is clearly the best turtle. #MacysParade 6 months ago
- Father Ryan Marching Band... Or Judge Dredd Marching Band? What's up futuristic authoritarian styling? #MacysParade 6 months ago
- Isn't "American Pie" a bit weird for Thanksgiving? #MacysParade 6 months ago
- "Everyone is lipsyncing.... for their life." @DevP to @Lexarella #MacysParade #RuPaulDrage Race 6 months ago
- I'm loving the colorful dresses from the Delfines marching band from Mexico. #MacysParade 6 months ago
- Somehow the Cheer for America( to whatever) cheerleaders where marching with Jimmy Fallon & The Roots. Macy's Magic? #MacysParade 6 months ago